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News You Can Use for September 14, 2017

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We’ve gathered a short list of some of what we think are the most important headlines of the day and placed them all right here for you.

So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Thursday, September 14, 2017.

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Trending: Thanks to Obama, California is Engulfed in Forest Fires

The Single-payer insanity: The Democrats’ presidential contenders are rushing to embrace Bernie Sanders’ ‘Medicare for All’ plan. Have they learned nothing?

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) really is one of the most libertarian members of Congress, and that’s saying something. On CNN he argued that the government has no place in the bedrooms of two consenting adults.

Susan Rice admitted to unmasking Trump campaign people last year, saying that it was because she needed to know who was meeting with the UAE.

Planned Parenthood makes it official, announces that it is teaming up with the Satanic Temple of Missouri to promote baby murder.

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Michael Barone of the Washington Examiner argues that we’d be wise to return to using paper ballots for our elections.

A dying teen’s last wish exposes the evil of socialized medicine.

Liberalism and the campus rape tribunals – even some liberals seem to understand that the campus response to sexual assault has gone insane.

The series demonstrated exhaustively what anyone paying close attention already knew: The legal and administrative response to campus rape over the past five years has been a kind of judicial and bureaucratic madness, a cautionary tale about how swiftly moral outrage and political pressure can lead to kangaroo courts and star chambers, in which bias and bad science create an unshakable presumption of guilt for the accused.

This is a must read, it’s a brutal firsthand recap of election night and what “really” happened.

Now that the Democrats have lost all hope in impeaching President Trump they’ve finally begun to start working with him and the congressional GOP.

Yes, President Trump has governed mostly like a down-the-line conservative but his latest moves indicate desire to govern like a squish.

There is a male infertility crisis in the United States that has experts baffled.

“Reproduction may be the most important function of any species,” says Levine. “Something is very wrong with men.”

Here’s the list of the world’s least stressful cities, four of the top ten are in Germany.

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