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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Monday, September 5, 2016.
Hillary Clinton’s former Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills was the “mastermind” behind Hillary Clinton’s massive email cover-up, and yet the FBI allowed her the opportunity to sit-in as one of Clinton’s lawyers while they questioned the former Secretary of State about her emails.
Calling Donald Trump a bunch of mean names won’t be enough to stop him from becoming the next President of the United States.
Trump’s campaign for the White House is hurting down-ballot Republicans with minority voters.
A Suffolk University poll released on September 1 had Trump at 2 percent nationally among black voters. In four polls in August Trump was at either 1 percent or 2 percent. In some swing states, he doesn’t even get to 0.5 percent with black voters. Among Latinos, Trump only wins 19 percent of the vote.
At the start of September it seems likely that Democrats will regain control of the Senate come November, but Republicans have done well to keep the fight for the Senate competitive.
Mr. Trump is doing so poorly among African-Americans that Hillary Clinton is actually threatening to flip the deep red state of Georgia!
How did Al Qaeda survive the ISIS led attempt to overthrow them for top-dog in the radical Muslim terrorism world?
The entire Obamacare market is on the verge of collapse as prices continue to climb and insurers continue to flee the market.
UCLA has become a hotbed of racism and hatred towards Israel and Jews.
Doug Glanville, an African-American and former professional athlete, has some strong words for Colin Kaepernick. Listen as Glanville explains why he still stands to salute the flag of an imperfect nation.
I could tell story after story on my enlightenment of how racism impacted my life, but I could also tell story after story of how diversity gave me great optimism for our country. It is alright to be conflicted at times with America’s past, present and future. I find that to be a reason for us to work harder at making a perfect union. America to me was always a work in progress, building on great ideas, a “to be continued” design that evolves by what we all put into it.