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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Tuesday September 1, 2015.
Boom goes the dynamite. The State Department has uncovered another 150 classified emails on Hillary Clinton’s private server.
— Ed Henry (@edhenry) August 31, 2015
Voters are overwhelmingly opposed to President Obama’s recent foreign policy forays. Only 25% of the American public supports the Iran deal, and only 28% think the deal makes the world a safer place! Americans haven’t been this united on anything in a very long time.
Joe Biden will have a difficult time of it if he ever does decide to run for President.
Oy. Whatever happened to Scott Walker? Why has his campaign floundered so dramatically?
Is this the beginning of the end for the GOP as we know it?
While liberals love people who illegally cross our national borders, they hate it when parents try to sneak their kids into better schools in communities in which they can’t afford to live.
Mexican journalist and illegal immigration activist Jorge Ramos is playing with fire by turning his attention to “Kate’s Law”. The media personality recently called the law unfair and said it “stereotypes an entire community.” The truth is that “Kate’s Law simply punishes previously deported illegal aliens for reentering the United States illegally. Kate’s Law isn’t unfair to illegal immigrants. What’s unfair is an illegal alien taking the life of Kate Steinle after being deported multiple times from the country.”
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