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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Saturday September 7, 2013.
Here are five questions for President Obama about why he is pursuing war with Syria.
Why has America turned on Obama when it comes to Syria?
John McCain has not been having a great recess… he’s run into a lot of opposition at his town halls.
Want to hear something terrible? This year we gave the Palestinian Authority almost $150M, and the Palestinian Authority turned around and gave $15M of it as grants to terrorists who had recently been released from prison by Israel. Yep. We literally gave $15M to convicted terrorists.
Egyptian supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood continue to terrorize innocent Christian communities.
The Air Force continues to crack down on Christians.
Jim Demint discusses Marco Rubio’s fall from grace in an interview with a Florida television station. He mentions that Rubio’s support for the immigration bill probably dealt him quite a bit of damage among conservatives, but that he believes Rubio is a principled politician. He expects Rubio to bounce back just fine.
A record amount of people have left the labor force, bringing the total number to 90,473,000.
Wal-Mart wins! It seems that the nation’s largest private employer won a victory over one of their employee unions over the week. In fact, Wal-Mart was feeling confident enough to mock the union a bit.
Australian voters head to the polls today to choose a party to lead their nation.
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