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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Saturday, October 29, 2016.
The FBI has reopened their investigation into the Clinton Email scandal, but will anything come of it before Election Day?
Leaked emails prove something else we all already knew… Lindsey Graham is the Democrat Party’s favorite Republican.
Yet another computerized model of the upcoming election predicts that Donald Trump will win the 2016 election.
Why is the national polling all over the map in this election cycle?
GOP Insiders truly believe that there is a “hidden Trump vote” and that it will make all the difference on Election Day.
“I personally know many Republicans that won’t admit that they are voting for Trump. I don’t like admitting it myself. It won’t matter if Hillary is up more than 5 points, but we might be in for a surprise if Hillary’s lead is less than 5 points on Election Day.”
Over at the Wall Street Journal the Clintons have a new nickname… “The Grifters-in-Chief.” Nice.
The best way to fix the mainstream media? Let conservative journalists in…
Let me suggest a better strategy. Liberal journalists who want to drain the “fever swamps” should not be pointing the finger at Republican politicians. If they want to get people out of the swamp, they’ll have to make room in the castle.
The media is overwhelmingly liberal.
Yes, late-term abortions are very common (about 18K happen every year), and about half of the babies murdered in the last trimester are completely healthy and almost 100% are no risk to the mother.
There are several major differences between libertarians and the new alt-right.