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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Wednesday, August 10, 2016.
Why is Paris surrendering to Islamic terrorism?
Donald Trump can still win the presidential election – if he can get out of the trap of running against himself.
If Donald Trump wants to win – he must start turning the campaign around NOW. Trump is currently being destroyed in almost all of the recent polling. Trump is losing in all of the last 15 major national polls of the race. He’s also losing in most of the battleground races and in North Carolina and EVEN Georgia.
Quinnipiac lifts embargo (presumably to beat competition)
FL: Clinton 46, Trump 45
OH: Clinton 49, Trump 45
Pa: Clinton 52, Trump 42
— Sam Stein (@samstein) August 9, 2016
What’s this? The hosts for the upcoming presidential debates have all been informed that they need to be preparing a 3rd podium, ostensibly meant for Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson.
Some conservatives believe that Gary Johnson may be the answer to their electoral problems, but the sad truth is that his stance on abortion rules him out as a serious candidate for any conservative.
Will Carly Fiorina be the next Chairperson of the Republican National Committee?
House Speaker [score]Paul Ryan[/score] (R-WI) has united the national GOP… the only problem is that he has united them against himself. Fortunately for Ryan his own constituents love him. Ryan won a landslide victory in his primary.
Even as Bernie Sanders was busy campaigning against those evil rich Americans… he was in the process of laying out $600K for his own “little” summer house.
Yes, government policies can negatively affect important cultural and familial bonds.
Liberals in Vermont are deeply divided over the idea of local control of “green” energy production.