News You Can Use for Sunday, July 3, 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.

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Sunday, July 3, 2016.

Could it really be true? Is it finally happening? ABC News is reporting that the FBI will be interviewing Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton within the next few days.

There are very good reasons that so few Americans distrust Hillary Clinton.

President Barack Obama continues to run one of the most corrupt administrations in the history of the planet. The Washington Free Beacon explains how President Obama’s buddies seem to be profiting greatly from his terrible policies.

Government is not the solution to our problems — it IS the problem… which is why the people of the United Kingdom voted to Leave the E.U.

There are still many influential Republicans who argue that the GOP should NOT embrace the Donald Trump campaign for the White House.

The GOP may not be in love with the idea of Trump for President, but there is no denying that he could be redrawing the lines between voters. There may be a coming political realignment

Nigel Farage tells CNN, of course “Trump will be better for us than Barack Obama’s been. Of that, there’s no doubt.”

R. Lee Ermey says every “normal, logical, levelheaded individual should be armed.”

Europe’s immigration crisis is just beginning, and things are likely going to get much, much worse.

Why is it that immigration advocates are always so quick to play the race card against anyone who believes that laws and borders are important?


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