News You Can Use for August 21, 2016

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Sunday, August 21, 2016.

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For the first time in weeks Donald Trump has edged back ahead of Hillary Clinton in the LA Times tracking poll. Could Donald Trump prove his nickname of “Mr. Brexit” right?

All of those liberal pundits who say Trump can’t win also said Brexit would never happen, and if it did, the consequences would be horrible. They were wrong – Brexit happened, and it happened painlessly.

On Friday, President Obama (who still hasn’t surveyed the damage for himself) managed to offend the citizens of Louisiana by reminding them not to discriminate against each other while they’re fighting to survive.

A federal judge has ORDERED Hillary Clinton to answer a private Watchdog organization’s questions about her private email server. Oh by the way, questions about Hillary Clinton’s health are completely reasonable and should be answered.

Hillary Clinton doesn’t seem to understand just how bad her ethical problems really are.

The road to despair in our urban communities was paved by destructive Democrat policies.

President Obama’s foreign policy detachment has had terrible real world costs.

Hmmm… we’re in Syria fighting against ISIS and somehow we almost got into a fight with Syrian forces (who are also fighting ISIS)? This does not bode well for the fight in Syria.

The official said the two Syrian SU-24 aircraft attempted to transit the area but were intercepted by coalition fighter aircraft.

“The presence of the coalition aircraft encouraged the Syrian aircraft to depart the airspace without further incident,” the official said. “No weapons were fired by the coalition fighters.”

An independent auditor just discovered that the U.S. Army had “fudged its accounts by TRILLIONS of Dollars! TRILLIONS!

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