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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Friday January 9, 2015.
After the terrorist attack in Paris it seems that the folks in the liberal media are all rushing to defend the monsters who carried the out attack… instead of recognizing the evil inherent within their worldview.
Congressional Republicans are moving to use an “all but the kitchen sink” strategy in their efforts to stop Obama’s illegal attempts to grant amnesty to MILLIONS of Illegal immigrants.
As much as the Islamic world seems to dislike us… they keep on migrating here in larger and larger numbers.
At least one of the terrorists in the Paris attack trained with Al Qaeda in Yemen.
One of the two brothers suspected of killing 12 people at a satirical newspaper in Paris traveled to Yemen in 2011 and received terrorist training from Al Qaeda’s affiliate there before returning to France, a senior American official said on Thursday.
The suspect, Saïd Kouachi, 34, spent “a few months” training in small arms combat, marksmanship and other skills that appeared to be on display in videos of the military-style attack on Wednesday carried out by at least two gunmen on the offices of the Charlie Hebdo newspaper.
Everyone should expect the GOP Presidential field to get very crowed in the coming days and months… in fact, this may be one of the most crowded (yet qualified) field in GOP history.
God forbid – but if we have to fight WWIII… it will be fought on the Internet.
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