News You Can Use for September 1, 2016

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Thursday, September 1, 2016.

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Here’s some more bad news – Hillary Clinton was still emailing classified material even AFTER she left her post as the Secretary of State! Seriously.

7 Reasons this black man proudly supports Donald Trump.

Other than Donald Trump’s nomination, the GOP Establishment is having a banner year (and they’re destroying their conservative base in the process).

Donald Trump’s shift on how he is handling the immigration question is a big winner for his campaign.

Hillary Clinton is doing conservatives a favor by denouncing the “alt-right” as lunatic fringe and recognizing that they are not true conservatives.

Donald Trump’s biggest fan in the media, Sean Hannity, says it’s time to forgive Marco Rubio’s sins on immigration and welcome him back into the conservative fold.

“Marco Rubio won tonight and I was very glad to see that. I think we need him back in the Senate. There are still some conservatives angry over comprehensive immigration reform… He paid a very heavy political price in this 2016 primary on that issue and he said he made a mistake. He apologized numerous times on this show. I think it’s time for people to move on, we need him in the Senate.”

Pollsters are starting to notice a very interesting difference in the data they’re collecting from “live” polls as opposed to the date they’re collecting from online or “robo” polls.

Libertarian Presidential candidate Gary Johnson does not like the term “illegal immigrant”; says it’s “incendiary.”

Cindy Sheehan led the anti-war movement during the last Bush administration (the movement has seemingly disappeared during the Obama years), and she’s worried that Hillary Clinton would just be a repeat of the George W. Bush years.

The IRS identified more than 1 million victims of identity theft… but they never told them about it.

On Wednesday, Brazil impeached and ousted their scandal-plagued President Dilma Rousseff.

#Brexit is Margaret Thatcher’s latest victory.

The trend toward “trigger warnings” on campus is destroying the 1st Amendment rights of religious students.

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