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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Tuesday February 24, 2015.
It’s a sad day. After more than 100 years as the leader of the free world, the American President seems to no longer hold that distinction. Another coup for the Obama era – the downfall of America’s place at the head of the political table. Now it seems that Germany’s Angela Merkel has the enviable position of leadership in the West.
ISIS has BIG Plans for our world. Their plans begin in the Middle East, but they certainly don’t end there.
Does the USA finally have a clear path to becoming positively viewed in the Middle East? Dan Hannan argues that the world will look kindly upon the USA when we finally defeat ISIS.
Everyone wants to know what Senator Marco Rubio’s (R-FL) plans are – especially the folks back home in Florida. While Rubio obviously has Presidential ambitions, it may be far better for the GOP if he opts to run for reelection to the Senate from Florida.
Most grassroots conservatives are dead set against Lindsey Graham’s run for the White House in 2016, but that doesn’t mean that he doesn’t stand a chance. Remember, Graham is a virtual carbon copy of John McCain, and McCain was the candidate just 6 short years ago. Graham is hoping his foreign policy positions and his experience in the Senate with the military will be his ace in the hole.
The Democrats are involved in a concerted effort to obstruct the Republican dominated legislatures agenda, but that isn’t a reason to get rid of the filibuster.
“The Gotcha Game” – when will the media begin holding both parties to the same standard?
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