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Russia Is Reportedly Set To Release Clinton's Intercepted Emails

Reliable intelligence sources in the West have indicated that warnings had been received that the Russian Government could in the near future release the text of email messages intercepted from U.S. Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail server from the time she was U.S. Secretary of State. The apparent message from Moscow, through the intelligence community, seemed to indicate frustration with the pace of the official U.S. Department of Justice investigation into the so-called server scandal.

"I'm A Gay Activist: After Orlando, I Have Switched My Vote To Trump"

"...the events of Orlando have shattered my political beliefs, as I can no longer swear allegiance to a peace-love-and-unicorns progressive philosophy that only helps to get my fellow queers killed.Our lives are on the line... Although I voted for Hillary in the primary, I now cringe inwardly with shame and embarrassment at having done so, and in November I will vote for Trump."

Donald Trump's "People Need Protection From Radical Islamic Terrorism" Speech - Live Feed

Following President Obama's 'blame it on the guns' tirade and Hillary's 'blame it on an anti-gay lone wolf' debacle, Donald Trump's speech in Manchester, NH, promises something quite different from the watered-down politically-correct nausea of the mainstream... "this is radical Islamic terrorism. [Hillbama] doesn't want to properly describe it. And if you don't want to discuss it and describe it, you're not going to solve the problem."

Bill & Hillary Clinton: Republicans' Fifth Column In Democratic Politics

Resurgent progressivism and loyal conservatism both appear to be undergoing painful castration in this 2016 presidential election; one by undemocratic and corrupt insider party politics, the other by the uglier face of bigoted-populism which might represent well over 25 percent of the nation’s population. Americans are not yet ready for a revolution; we may still need a few more darker days in both the economy and our unintended quest in world affairs.

The Media Asks: Can Trump Defeat The Clinton All-Star Team

When it comes to Donald Trump and his bid for the presidency, what has become a recurring theme is that at every step along the way, people have underestimated him. The latest narrative as reported by The Hill is that Trump will struggle to find anyone to campaign for him, or anyone with a "name for themselves" at least. It is pointed out that Clinton plans to send all of the heavy hitters out to campaign, a literal establishment All-Star team. However, what 'they' fail to realise is that no matter what kind of establishment All-Star team Clinton assembles to go give speeches on her behalf, the country is fed up with the establishment, and so far, Trump has been the answer to that frustration.