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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Friday, September 16, 2016.
20 years later that the parents of Jon Benet Ramsey still look guilty.
Is Donald Trump planning to nominate fellow billionaire and open homosexual, Peter Thiel, to the Supreme Court?
Proving how insane our politically correct, liberal culture has become; two Twitter pranksters just tricked the entire national media into thinking that the Pepe the Frog meme was racist.
Four different recently released studies all reached the same conclusion; there is “no observable Sea-Level Effect” from man-made global warming/climate change.
Donald Trump just revealed yet another Democrat plank for his platform. This one deals with socialized healthcare and social engineering – it’s 6 weeks taxpayer paid maternity leave.
The biggest, most important business deal of your lifetime may be happening right now… and you should know about it. Bayer is taking over Monsanto uniting two of the most important companies in the agriculture and medicine business… this deal has HUGE implications for every person living on this planet. Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) is worried about the deal and you should be too: The proposed acquisition of Monsanto by Bayer raises serious antitrust issues. Bayer and Monsanto are two of the leading companies that provide key inputs, such as seeds and herbicides, to farmers to grow essential crops – and the combination of these two companies may have troubling implications for farmers and American consumers. The transaction has the potential to result in a significant loss of competition and reduced incentives and ability to innovate, thereby raising prices and reducing consumer choice. I will encourage the DOJ or FTC to closely scrutinize the transaction and will consider whether a hearing is necessary to fully explore the competition issues raised by so much consolidation in such a short time.
In a free society taxes should be almost nonexistent.