News You Can Use for September 23, 2016

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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 Friday, September 23, 2016.

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Trending: Former Australian Politician Gives Life to Christ at 85 After Lifetime of Atheism

Charlotte had racial harmony, until #BlackLivesMatter and the Nation of Islam arrived.

The Obama era has destroyed America’s trust in our political leaders. In 2004 about 63% of America trusted our leaders, today that number sits at 42%, a drop of almost 20%!

Donald Trump Jr.’s Skittles analogy was completely appropriate.

Just another day in Congress – Senate votes and PASSES a nonexistent bill!

On Tuesday, the Senate voted to proceed to a bill that does not yet exist… Forget not being able to read it, or not having time to digest the policy at hand. The bill does not exist.

Hillary Clinton dropped the ball on Benghazi, and she’ll drop the ball at home too.

Joe Scarborough begs debate moderators to be tough, but to avoid being “fact checkers.”

Is Donald Trump the only Republican in America who can handle the liberal media onslaught?

When the presidential debates matter…

GOP Congressman [score]Trent Franks[/score] (R-AZ) says that every #NeverTrump Republican is actually “betraying the Constitution.”

A brewing civil war within the GOP has House Republicans picking sides, with plenty of members backing up party Chairman Reince Priebus in threatening consequences for those who don’t get behind nominee Donald Trump.

“Any person in this party that does not support Trump at this point is increasing the chances of Hillary Clinton becoming president and destroying the Constitution,” Arizona Rep. Trent Franks told CNN Wednesday. “Therefore they are betraying this party. They are betraying the Constitution.”

What happened to Republican support for the 10th Amendment and federalism?

Surprise! It may just be that the left-wing, late-night comedy commentary ends up being what sinks Hillary Clinton’s White House hopes.

San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick just did something he probably never hoped he’d do… he became the most disliked player in the NFL. In a recent survey, 29% of football fans listed Colin Kaepernick as the player they “disliked” most.

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