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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Monday August 31, 2015.
The FBI is hot on the trail of Hillary Clinton, and they are conducting a “serious” investigation into the malfeasance with her server, focusing on Defense information. Hillary Clinton is now in the “maximum danger zone.”
Donald Trump has vaulted to the lead in Iowa but Dr. Ben Carson is nipping at his heels. One 92-year old woman will be voting for the first time in her life, and when she casts her ballot, it will be for Trump! Donald Trump is running a 3rd Party Campaign from within the GOP Primary and voters are letting him get away with it. Some in the GOP believe that Trump is not as scary as the establishment believes – in short; he’s a nuisance, not a nightmare.
Senator Rand Paul has a brilliant idea.
Behind me is the NSA. When I'm President we'll turn it into a Constitutional Center to study the Fourth Amendment! pic.twitter.com/f19A5ZyYEI
— Dr. Rand Paul (@RandPaul) August 29, 2015
Senator Lindsey Graham is in 17th place out of 17 major candidates in the GOP field, he’s not raising any money, and basically anyone that listens to him comes away supporting one of his opponents… so how long can he stay in the 2016 race?
71% of Americans think that our nation has become way too politically correct. Which is my personal pet theory of why Trump has become so popular as a presidential candidate. People (voters) are tired of our politically correct culture and are looking for any way to turn back the clock to a more honest and less sensitive time.