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Today’s Rebellion News – September 7th 2016

Clinton’s experience with classified data contradicts ‘unsophisticated’ excuse
(Washington Times – Stephen Dinan and S.A. Miller)
*Lead Story*

Lawmaker: Probe deleted Clinton emails cited in FBI report
(CNS News/AP – Stephen Braun and Eileen Sullivan)
*Must Read*

Big Corporations Band Together to Fight the Government’s Secrecy in Collecting Citizen Data
(Reason – Scott Shackford)

GOP Leaders Fume Over ‘Politics First’ Pentagon Memo Advocating Budget Hardball
(PJ Media – Bridget Johnson)

Firm Founded by Clinton, Chair Reps Corrupt Serbian Oligarch’s Business Interests
(Washington Free Beacon – Lachlan Markay)

Gary Johnson’s unfair, expensive national sales tax
(AEI – Ramesh Ponnuru)

New from Detroit: The $15 minimum wage is racist
(Hot Air – Jazz Shaw)

About That ‘SECRET’ Email Sidney Blumenthal Sent To Hillary Clinton
(Hot Air – Jazz Shaw)

Will Soda Taxes Bubble Up or Fizzle Out On the Ballot This Fall?
(Weekly Standard – Tatiana Lozano)

Caterpillar Hires H-1B Foreign Graduates, Fires 300 American Professionals
(Breitbart – Neil Munro)

Swimming with dolphins? Not if NOAA gets its way
(Watchdog – Kevin Glass)

The Specter of the $20 Avocado
(National Review – Kevin D. Williamson)

94 Percent of Chicago Shootings Go Unresolved
(American Interest – Walter Russell Mead)

How A Cakemaker Became An Enemy Of The State
(The Federalist – David Harsanyi)

Trump earns endorsement of 88 retired generals, admirals
(Politico – Nick Gass)

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