News You Can Use for August 31, 2016

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Conservatives in the House successfully rid themselves of former Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) last year, and now they’re going to try to do the same to the current Speaker, Paul Ryan (R-WI).

Hillary Clinton’s plans for the American economy will lead us to ruin.

Black Lives really DO Matter to Donald Trump.

Donald Trump is in a very precarious position on immigration. Moving towards the middle could alienate his base, but continuing to be a border hawk could limit his ability to cut into Hillary Clinton’s lead.

A lead that Mr. Trump is slowly, but surely, chipping away at every single day. All of the most recent polling shows him edging closer and closer.

Some Trump supporters are now taking flack from conservatives for their willingness to forgive their candidate’s immigration “shift.”

Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) saved the GOP by deciding to stand for reelection, but now the Florida conservative won’t actually commit to serving another full term.

Maine Governor Paul LePage (R-ME) is considering resigning in the midst of recent outcry over some racially charged commentary he made detailing his state’s fight against drugs.

The media is reporting that authorities have discovered at least 72 mass graves holding more than 5,000 people, all murdered by the Muslim terrorists of ISIS.

Austria’s so-called “far right” Freedom Party (FPO) seems ready to defeat their opposition and take the lead in the Austrian government. The October 2nd election race is still tight, but the FPO is currently leading in the polls outside of the margin of error.

Some Bernie Sanders supporters really are #NeverHillary.

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