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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Saturday September 14, 2013.
John McCain is not making himself any friends back in his home state of Arizona. The call for the Senator’s retirement is getting louder and louder.
Does Hillary Clinton want to make criticism of Islam a crime?
Colorado is suffering through massive storms and flooding, many are missing and a few have died.
Governor Jerry Brown of California is about to sign a bill into law that will allow non-medical professionals to perform abortions. When will the media take the left to task and make them stop pretending that their stance on abortion has anything to do with women’s health.
A recent poll shows that the people’s trust of the government has hit a new low.
Newly uncovered emails show that Lois Lerner knew about the IRS targeting of conservatives way back in 2011.
CNN uncovers which party is really the party of the rich!
The Unions are not excited about Obamacare… and they plan to fight!
Eric Holder and IRS officials coached black pastors how to talk about political issues without violating their tax exempt status.
A 9/ 11 memorial at a public school in the Boston area skipped the pledge of allegiance and instead went with a Muslim poem that references America three times and two of those references are making fun of Americans.
Gene Simmons of Kiss stands up for Tim Tebow and Christians in general.
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