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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Monday October 7, 2013.
Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) says that the House will not pass a bill to re-open the government until President Obama comes to the negotiating table.
Did you notice that the government shutdown actually only shuts down 17% of the government?
Is the government shutdown the latest conservative litmus test? I think the real question is whether or not Obamacare is the latest conservative litmus test.
The Supreme Court has a very controversial slate of cases coming up this year, and it promises to have quite an impact on American law. If you thought this last year had some very important cases… wait till you see what’s coming down the pike.
Obamacare and the latest revelation about the crimes committed by the NSA have a lot more in common than you may have realized at first look.
A New York Times reporter reveals his belief that the Obama administration is “the most closed, control freak administration I’ve ever covered.”
In a hotly contested Governor’s race in Virginia, the Democrat candidate, Terry McAuliffe supports some very severe coal regulations that would hurt Virginia’s economy.
Kenya has released the identities of the terrorists who attacked a mall in Nairobi a couple of weeks ago, including one American.
Catholic Priests in the military could face arrest for practicing Mass during the shutdown.
Hugo Chavez’ hand-picked successor, Nicolas Maduro is facing accusations of bankrupting Venezuela.
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