News You Can Use for September 3, 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 Saturday, September 3, 2016.

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In America You are Your Own Greatest Oppressor.

The latest IDB presidential poll has Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump tied at 39% in a 4-way matchup, and Trump behind by 1% in a 2-way affair.

It’s official. Hillary Clinton is an idiot.

Musicians need to stop complaining when Donald Trump uses their music at his campaign rallies. It’s ridiculous to ask people not to play your music after they’ve legitimately acquired it via the mechanisms established for doing so.

The National Review has been “anti-Trump” for months now – but even they understand that Mr. Trump’s immigration policy is sound.

Trump’s crowd-pleasing antics aside, in his immigration speech in Phoenix, Ariz., on Wednesday he laid out a sensible, realistic path forward on genuine immigration reform. Trump’s plan, even in its most primitive iterations, always has been based on the entirely commonsensical principle that America’s immigration policy should serve American interests. Taking this as a starting point, Trump laid out a ten-point policy that emphasizes securing the border, enforcing immigration laws, prioritizing the removal of criminal aliens, and creating the legal and economic disincentives necessary to reduce illegal immigration in the long term.

The Clinton team is preparing for a landslide victory in November.

How Obama and Kerry Lied to us and made secret side deals to placate Iran and make their path to the bomb easier.

Leftists are neo-Puritans.

Vladimir Putin says that while the hack of the DNC accomplished a public good… Russia had nothing to do with it.

The University of North Dakota is now offering separate housing for liberal social justice warriors who wish to live in a place where their views are never challenged and their dorm mates don’t disagree with them.

Denying service to gay “wedding” ceremonies is completely legitimate, and here’s why.

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