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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Monday, September 26, 2016.
Donald Trump’s decision to list Senator [score]Mike Lee[/score] (R-UT) as a potential nominee to the Supreme Court played a major role in Senator [score]Ted Cruz[/score]’s (R-TX) decision to finally endorse Donald Trump. While Trump’s decision to cite Lee as a possible Supreme Court Justice was a major factor for Cruz, it was not enough to earn Trump an endorsement from Senator Lee himself.
Five paths to electoral victory for Donald Trump.
CNN’s Jake Tapper “fact checked” Hillary Clinton’s claim that she helped to “cut” Russia’s collection of nuclear arms and found that her claims were all FALSE.
We are all laughing at the self-destruction of the left-wing national media.
It seems that Donald Trump’s critics don’t believe in math.
One conservative passes on some advice to other conservatives: Be worthy of our movement, don’t sacrifice your principles for a politician, only care about the opinions of people you respect, hone your BS Meter, step outside the bubble, fight political correctness, don’t become what you despise, it’s okay to be unpopular, think for yourself, oppose bad ideas and have good ideas… Read the Rest at Right Wisconsin.
Politicians should be treated like investments to discard at the appropriate time, not like gods to be revered.
One liberal is casting his 19th ballot for President.
ISIS and al Qaeda really can’t seem to get along.
One Briton explains why he now regrets having voted to remain in the European Union.
America’s young “religious” liberals all have faith that their churches will just change their beliefs on certain hot-button social issues. Which begs the question… why pretend you believe, when you think your churches should change their beliefs?