News You Can Use for July 24, 2016

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We’ve gathered a short list of some of what we think are the most important headlines of the day and placed them all right here for you.

Trending: Democratic Rep Makes OBSCENE Trump Joke to Open Florida Rally

So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Sunday, July 24, 2016.

Don’t listen to the spinmeisters in the liberal media… the Democrat Party is rife with division.

When it comes to the war on crime and our nation’s problems with racial division… Donald Trump isn’t wrong. In fact, Trump is right and President Obama, as usual, is very wrong.

What Obama fails to mention is that the homicide rate jumped alarmingly in 2015–up by 6.2% over 2014, according to the FBI. So this year’s “uptick”–the homicide rate is increasing again–is on top of that jump last year. And it isn’t just in “some cities,” the national rate is up significantly during the last year and a half.

Don’t be surprised if neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump see any kind of “convention bounce.” Neither are traditional candidates and both have extreme notoriety.

Was Tim Kaine (D-VA) the right choice for Hillary Clinton to make?

Which Democrat is really the bane of the GOP’s existence?

Politics is a full-contact sport and it’s no place for a person with a thin skin.

No. Trump cannot save America… and neither could Barrack Obama.

Vladimir Putin has a plan for destroying the West… and some liberals believe that Donald Trump is definitely part of that plan.

The Library of Congress is hard at work… ridding our books of the words “illegal alien.”

America was almost French.

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