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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Thursday, June 11, 2015.
The Promise and problem of a BIG GOP field – voters love having a lot of options but don’t like negative campaigns.
Jeb Bush had a chance to make a big impression in Germany this past week… but he missed the mark.
“The Bush name now stands for loutishness and amateurism, as well as for the world where might makes right,” the business weekly Wirtschaftswoche wrote in advance of the Bush visit. Most Germans would agree.
The New York Times has been attacking Senator Marco Rubio on a fairly consistent basis over the last week or two, but its only served to prove one thing, Marco Rubio is you, America.
We need to be honest with ourselves; The conservative movement retains a faction of folks who harbor anti-immigration sentiments that contradict their views on free trade and individual liberty.
More and more often young Americans are turning away from abortion as a choice in their lives.
“By 2010, 18-to-29-year-olds had become more pro-life than their parents — only 24 percent still wanted to keep abortion legal in all cases. More than any other age cohort, in fact, young adults are now the most likely to think abortion should be illegal in all circumstances.”
The Hillary Clinton presidential campaign desperately needs a do over.
George Will says a vote for the TPA is NOT a vote for Obama.
Paying off your student loans is hard. Do it anyway!
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