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#US The FBI Is Reopening the Investigation About Hillary’s Emails

The FBI is reopening the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email server, multiple sources are reporting. The investigation is now open to re-examine additional emails for classified information. Would you vote for a candidate under investigation?

#US Clinton Email Scandal: No Charges, But That Doesn’t Mean Hillary’s Innocent

FBI Director James Comey told Americans Tuesday everything they feared about Hillary Clinton’s email scandal was true — from the 2,000 classified documents stored on her home-brew server, to the possibility that hostile powers could have gained access to U.S. secrets. The result? No charges. This will make a deeply cynical public even more cynical, if that’s possible. What message does this send to an already disgusted American public? That the law really doesn’t count for elites and politicians — one set of rules for them, another for us. Just one more travesty of law and justice.

#US Donald Perón Versus Evita Clinton – by Alejandro Chafuen

It would be a sad turn of events if the United States succumbs more to “Peronism” at a time when a new Argentinean government is struggling to abandon Peronism’s worst features. The lethal Peronist cocktail that destroyed Argentina requires a strong combination of statist and nationalist policies. Trump wins on nationalism; Hillary wins hands down on statism. Luckily, neither is extreme in combining both.

#US 4 Things You Need to Know About the Anti-Trump Protests in Chicago

Donald Trump canceled a political event in Chicago on Friday night. Initially, the event was planned for 7:00 pm at the University of Illinois but the presidential candidate made the decision to cancel due to security reasons. Who are those protesters? Who organized the protest? What was the objective of the protest? What was the reaction of the protesters?

#US The First 2015 Democrat Debate: Ignorance Wins – by Edward Hudgins

#US The First 2015 Democrat Debate: Ignorance Wins – by Edward Hudgins

US: Google’s Waze Buy Hints At Major Tech Shifts That Will Impact 2016’s Presidential Election – by Ralph Benko

US: Google’s Waze Buy Hints At Major Tech Shifts That Will Impact 2016’s Presidential Election – by Ralph Benko

US: A Pattern Of Power Abuse – Investors.com

US: A Pattern Of Power Abuse – Investors.com

US: Enough being depressed about the elections – by Chris Skates

US: Enough being depressed about the elections. Patrick Henry’s challenge to his countrymen is all the more fitting now. This is no time to let up, no time to give up, and no time to surrender.

US: Marco Rubio’s Impressive Response to Obama’s 2013 State of the Union Address – by Avik Roy

For the next two years, President Obama’s main goal is to help Democrats retake the House of Representatives, so that the remainder of his term can be devoted to a broad range of progressive policy objectives. Republicans will only be able to withstand Democrats’ barrage with sound policy and an effective spokesman. In Marco Rubio, they clearly have the spokesman.

US: There’s Much Too Little Money In Politics – by Ralph Benko

The left is going after big money in politics now in a big way. Actually, it is trying to delegitimize the funding by free market heroes such as Charles and David Koch while sanitizing its own. One of the problems with the left critique, however, is that there isn’t too much money, big or otherwise, in politics. There’s too little.

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