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News You Can Use for September 5, 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 Tuesday, September 5, 2017.

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Trending: Amid Global Turmoil, Iran Sends More Threats To US

Comey and Clinton… it was all rigged, right from the very beginning.

Anis Shivani gets it partly right at Salon.com, when she argues that it’s time to end Identity politics because they’ve served to disempower the left and fuel the rise of white nationalism. Meanwhile at Slate, Jamelle Bouie says Trump’s support comes from white resentment. Imagine if a conservative said that Democrat support comes from “black victimhood,” the uproar would be insane.

It’s been 10 years since the last American hurricane; you had to know the lull wouldn’t last.

A new study proves what many Americans have long believed to be true – we work harder than anyone else on the planet. In fact, Americans work much harder than most – our closest competition is the Japanese and we work an average of 137 hours more than they per year.

Big Tobacco is trying to win over its critics by getting you to quit smoking.

We would like to submit comments in support of granting Philip Morris International’s (PMI) Modified Risk Tobacco Product Applications,” the comment says. “PMI’s application fits squarely in our main mission of promoting innovation and growth, while improving the health of both smokers and the population as a whole.”

PMI figures allies like you, the customer, are here to stay—that’s what the nicotine was for in the first place. They recognize the need to broaden the base by offering concessions to antismoking advocates in the regulatory and public sphere.

Tunisia is going where no other Muslim nation is willing to go. Despite strong opposition, the small North African nation is “pushing ahead with laws that will allow women to marry outside the Muslim faith and grant them equal inheritance rights.”

After all of the violence the West Coast has seen over the last year, or so, California is beginning to wonder if they should classify Antifa as a street gang in an effort to quell the violence.

Former George W. Bush Press Secretary Ari Fleischer noticed that the Boston Globe’s glowing piece on Senator Elizabeth Warren’s (D-MA) religious beliefs was way different than the coverage that President Bush’s religious beliefs got.

The Obama team has begun contemplating what comes next for the Democrat Party as we move towards 2020 and their signals are starting to worry the rest of the party.

North Korea is following a clear, if misguided, logic as they continue to test the international community’s patience with their missile tests.

What do the Chinese really think about what’s going on in North Korea?

We have to be more serious and more forceful about the North Korea threat.

Pop star Taylor Swift’s silence about all things politics continues to agitate people on the Left.

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