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News You Can Use for September 4, 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 Monday, September 4, 2017.

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What are Democrats so afraid of?

The cult of global warming alarmism is exploiting the Hurricane Harvey tragedy.

Time for a full investigation of… the FBI.

James Comey was never calling the shots, and it wasn’t his idea to exonerate Hillary Clinton… it was Obama’s.

Bottom line: In April, President Obama and his Justice Department adopted a Hillary Clinton defense strategy of concocting a crime no one was claiming Clinton had committed: to wit, transmitting classified information with an intent to harm the United States. With media-Democrat complex help, they peddled the narrative that she could not be convicted absent this “malicious intent,” in a desperate effort to make the publicly known evidence seem weak. Meanwhile, they quietly hamstrung FBI case investigators in order to frustrate the evidence-gathering process.

In formerly heavy Democratic areas of Pennsylvania, President Trump is still very popular.

There is hope in Houston. Space City is resilient, and it will come roaring back to health.

Millennials continue to fail to meet the challenge of previous generations.

What to do about an iPhone generation that is less rebellious, more tolerant, and less happy.

Politico says that unpatriotic NFL Quarterback, Colin Kaepernick has been “martyred” by the NFL’s botched response to his ugly behavior.

Genderless perfumes have become quite popular as people snub their noses at his-and-hers scents.

Smoking marijuana has the exact effect you’d think it would have on the male libido.

Men who smoke too much marijuana could face fertility problems because the drug makes sperm ‘mellow’ causing it to ‘swim in circles’.

Cheap sex” is making men give up on marriage.

The share of Americans ages 25-34 who are married dropped 13 percentage points from 2000 to 2014. A new book by sociologist Mark Regnerus blames this declining rate on how easy it is for men to get off.

President Trump may be flawed but he’s the right man for the moment.

The media has focused on Melania Trump’s heels because her husband has done such a great job on getting Houston back on its feet.

North Korea may soon have a thermonuclear weapon and long-range delivery system which means we may have to rethink our strategies of containing them.

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