News You Can Use for July 18, 2016

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The Muslim community in Nice, France seems to be disavowing the Bastille Day terrorist. The question is… if this terrorist did not represent Islam, then why do Muslims keep committing terrorist acts?

On the Muslim terrorist attack in Nice: Trump gets it, Clinton doesn’t.

A Turkish cleric living in exile in Pennsylvania named Fethullah Gülen argues that the recent “coup” in Turkey was invented and carried about by President Erdogan himself.

The proof may very well be plain to see as the Turkish leader has used the coup attempt to imprison THOUSANDS of his opponents across the nation of Turkey.

Liberals are not pleased to learn that most Britons are happy with the results of the Brexit vote, and that they also oppose any attempt to carry out a second referendum on the issue.

The latest polls show Hillary Clinton holding onto her lead over Donald Trump as the two parties head into their respective party conventions.

While the party conventions have become quite boring in recent years, Donald Trump may well be just the cure for boring conventions.

Remarkably, Donald Trump hasn’t sealed the deal yet with GOP convention goers, and now Republican stalwart Tom Coburn has apparently announced that he’s more than willing to take up the GOP mantle!

Donald Trump’s choice for VP, Indiana Governor Mike Pence, has promised not to sling any mud… how realistic is this?

Trump should take a few cues from Nixon’s 1968 campaign.

Libertarians debate – who’s worse, Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton?

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