News You Can Use for September 4, 2016

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Donald Trump is in Detroit to reach out to African-American voters. Can he break the Democrat stranglehold on the “black vote”?

Hillary Clinton’s “run out the clock” strategy does not seem to be working.

Hillary Clinton is NO John F. Kennedy.

Republicans running for reelection are begging American voters to come out and support them in November so that they can block Hillary Clinton’s leftist agenda.

Some Democrats are blaming themselves for being unable to stop the Donald Trump campaign.

Conservative commentators and die-hard Republicans often brush off denunciations of Donald Trump as an unprincipled hatemonger by saying: Yeah, yeah, that’s what Democrats wail about every Republican they’re trying to take down. Sing me a song I haven’t heard so many times before.

Howard Wolfson would be outraged by that response if he didn’t recognize its aptness.

“There’s enough truth to it to compel some self-reflection,” Wolfson, who was the communications director for Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid in 2008, told me this week.

Other Democrats say maybe they’ve “Cried Wolf” too often, but the problem is overstated.

Some Republicans have taken to stabbing each other in the back over Donald Trump’s nomination and run for the presidency.

Has Donald Trump put Virginia back “in play” for Republicans? A few of the most recent polls seem to indicate that the Old Dominion may be a toss-up.

Chicago’s Catholic priests are calling for Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner (R-IL) to declare a “state of emergency” in the city due to the almost constant violence on the streets.

Dr. Ben Carson had a bit of a problem in Detroit during an interview with CNN.

Illegal migrants are now hunger striking to protest their being held in detention.

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