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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Thursday, April 16, 2015.
On the balance, it’s probably more likely that Hillary Clinton loses the 2016 election than it is likely that she wins. There are a lot of good reasons that she should be the underdog and not too many reasons for her to be the favorite.
Another problem for Clinton – if Democrats support her, then they are acting in a completely hypocritical manner. Hillary Clinton exemplifies everything that the Party’s grassroots say they stand against!
How low is the self-esteem of America’s Democrats? Clinton embodies all the things Democrats supposedly reject. But she’s got money and powerful allies in politics, the media and K Street — and for these reasons, Democratic voters appear ready to settle for her.
Marco Rubio (R-FL) may be on the popular side of the Republican foreign policy debate, but that doesn’t mean that he’s generally been on the “right” side. The folks at Reason have listed 7 major instances where Senator Rubio was wrong on foreign policy.
Is the Tea Party afraid of Senator John McCain (R-AZ)? Conservatives in Arizona have been having a difficult time drumming up a unified opposition to the reliably infuriating RINO.
ISIS might be the flashy newcomer getting all of the press, but it seems that foreign policy gurus believe al Qaeda is actually leading in the battle between caliphates.
Rape does not justify abortion. One crime does not require another – we can love both the rape victim and the child conceived from the violence.
Louis C.K. tells Howard Stern that he apologized to Sarah Palin over Twitter remarks he made five years ago.
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