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News You Can Use for October 26, 2016

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It seems that Donald Trump may be killing the GOP’s chances at holding on to the Senate.

Hillary Clinton would like to ensure a Democrat landslide, so her campaign is about to begin spending more money on down-ballot races in an effort to swing the Senate to her side.

Why won’t Barack Obama listen to reason when it comes to Obamacare? Along those same lines, when will the American people make the liberals answer for the disastrous effects of Obamacare?

Don’t look now, but it’s not just the GOP that is dealing with internal strife, the Democrat Party looks for ripe for a civil war too.

The Wall Street Journal says that a vote for Donald Trump is a vote for economic growth; meanwhile Hillary Clinton likely means four more years of economic stagnation and corruption.

Could Hillary Clinton actually win states like Texas or Georgia?

The latest polls in Ohio show Donald Trump back in front – but Trump will need more than just Ohio and Iowa to win the 2016 election.

It wasn’t the GOP or Conservatives who created the Donald Trump phenomenon… it was the colossal failure of America’s institutions that did.

Americans’ respect for the police continues to rise, as some 76% of the population now says that they have a “great deal” of respect for police in their communities.

Some Republicans are actually Republican – Senator [score]Rand Paul[/score] (R-KY) has returned more than $3 MILLION in operating costs to the people of Kentucky since being elected to the Senate.

Canada is about to pass a law making it a crime to use gender-specific pronouns…


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