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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Thursday August 15, 2013.
The Democrats and the media likes to portray Republicans as unflinchingly square and out of the mainstream of the body politic… not so say Sean Trende.
I wonder if the President thinks the Fast and Furious scandal is phony. If he does, there are some more dead folks in Mexico who stand as witnesses of the opposite.
If you’ve ever wondered what President Obama was doing while the members of Seal Team Six took down the world’s most notorious killer. Wonder no more. The President’s good buddy Reggie Love spills the details. ‘I’m not going to be down there, I can’t watch this entire thing.’ So he, myself, Pete Souza, the White House photographer, Marvin [Nicholson], we must have played 15 games of spades.” Awesome. Wow.
The Treasury ran a huge deficit in July but somehow the Debt didn’t move? Weird.
Egypt is imploding… violently.
The Clinton foundation is incredibly corrupt, reports the New York Times. Could this come back to bite Hillary’s potential 20116 bid?
Hey guess what? The Obama administration was lying to you about mortgage fraud last year before the election. Surprised?
The Washington Post wants Chris Christie to start a fight with Sarah Palin… watch out Chris the WaPo probably has an alternative motive.
There are a lot of folks talking about the negative effects of Obamacare on their businesses, but the Obama administration says “there is no evidence” of these things…
Obama is a hypocrite on gay rights. (And many other things)
Jesse Jackson Jr. and his wife are on their way to prison.
The Air Force has punished one of its own for his objections to gay marriage.
Tired of waiting for the police to respond, some Detroit citizens beat up a man who they say raped a neighborhood teen.
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