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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Friday, September 30, 2016.
Trending: Fuel for Thought
With each passing day the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email scandal is starting to look more and more political. The latest revelations have even sparked serious discussion of a Justice Department “cover up.”
Hillary Clinton’s talk of “implicit bias” should scare every single American.
In supporting Donald Trump’s run for the Presidency, have conservatives forgotten who they are?
Conservatives have put families and communities at the center of their conception of a better America—but they’re notably absent from the Republican nominee’s account.
Donald Trump was RIGHT. Crime has increased significantly over the last few years, particularly in 2015.
Lester Holt was wrong about “Stop and Frisk” – so says NY Magazine:
Holt’s critics have a point. The NBC anchor (and by extension Clinton) was correct that a single district-court judge declared the particular use of stop-and-frisk in New York unconstitutional — but he didn’t make it clear that stop-and-frisk has generally been upheld if conducted in a nondiscriminatory manner, most famously by Earl Warren’s Supreme Court in the 1968 case of Terry v. Ohio. Trump was right that the decision in New York was of dubious value as precedent (he didn’t use those words, of course, though he seemed to be gesturing in that direction), but was arguably wrong that stop-and-frisk had much if anything to do with crime reductions in New York — and also wrong in attributing the heavy use of the tactic to his buddy Rudy.
Megyn Kelly tears into Donald Trump’s spokesperson Kellyanne Conway over Trump’s “history of misogony.”
President Obama still won’t use the term “radical Islamic terrorism” but it’s totes cool if you do.
This was the hug felt ‘round America. Why did we all care so much about Michelle Obama’s embrace of George W. Bush? Because we all needed to see it…
Glenn Beck says he that if he could do it all over again… he wouldn’t have voted for anyone in the GOP primary.
Science has progressed far enough that we are now forced to answer the “Jurassic Park” question… should we bring extinct species back from the dead? It’s a tougher question than you might realize.