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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Tuesday, June 7, 2016.
Whoa. An expose at the New York Post reveals that Bill Clinton and the entire White House staff lived in fear of Hillary Clinton throughout the Clinton era.
BuzzFeed proves its partisanship by deciding to withdraw from an advertising deal with the Republican National Committee. Why did Buzzfeed pull out? Because of Donald Trump.
Uh-oh. Is a feud between Donald Trump and Newt Gingrich building? Gingrich has been one of Trump’s biggest supporters to date, but a recent split seems to be widening with each passing moment.
Violent crimes have seen a disturbing spike in major cities across the country, but experts can’t seem to explain exactly why.
Dilbert creator Scott Adams made an endorsement for President; unfortunately, it’s Hillary Clinton.
Hillary Clinton is cheating her way to the Democrat nomination.
Could we actually have LOST jobs in May? It sure seems possible!
Things just keep getting worse for Katie Couric and her horrible/no good farce of a “documentary” about guns. Apparently, her producers REPEATEDLY violated federal gun laws during production.
Conservative Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) is sticking to his philosophical guns and promises that he won’t be voting for either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump… he might consider voting Libertarian though.
Robots will soon be running things…
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