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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Sunday, July 31, 2016.
The media’s coverage of the two conventions was incredibly biased.
The Democrat Party’s national convention was a red, white, and blue fantasy. All of the faux-patriotism cannot cover up Hillary Clinton’s many scandals, or the fact that our economy is once again on the verge of collapse.
Meet the Hispanic leaders who say that the Democrats have failed the Latino community too.
Liberals are wrong. The Constitution does not bar “religious tests” when deciding immigration law.
Is Hillary Clinton really the “underdog” in the upcoming presidential election.
If the only way to win over a certain segment of the voting population is to lie to them… should we even be trying to win them over?
While Obama and Clinton ridicule Trump’s vow to “get along great” with the Russian leader, the administration is quietly trying to open a dialogue of its own.
While Hillary Clinton pretends to hate hedge fund managers and the work they do, the truth is that she has a very… confusing… relationship with Wall Street.
Could Hillary’s “Recession” sink her presidential hopes?
This economy may be perilously close to recession. That was the message of the second-quarter real GDP report and its meager 1.2 percent growth rate.
Over the past year, real GDP has slipped to a paltry 1.2 percent. Business investment continues to fall. Building and factory construction has dropped sharply. Productivity is flat. The profits recession is still in force.
And what’s the Hillary Clinton plan? Tax us into prosperity.