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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Thursday August 6, 2015.
Former Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) says that he supports the “Black Lives Matter” movement but that he wishes “some of the black lives matter movement’s passion and energy was directed to ending abortion. Unborn black lives also matter.”
People in Zimbabwe are wondering why it is that Americans seem to care more about the poor African nation’s animals than her people.
And please, don’t offer me condolences about Cecil unless you’re also willing to offer me condolences for villagers killed or left hungry by his brethren, by political violence, or by hunger.
The heartbreaking story of a nurse who quit after being forced to handle the abortion of a baby at 8-months.
In some states, abortion is legal all the way up to the moment of birth. In my home state of New Jersey, for example, a woman could get an abortion as late as she wants, as long as she can find a doctor willing to perform it. Legislation before Congress, if it passes, would ban most late-term abortions, regardless of how they are done.
A liberal professor at a community college made up a story about local police in an effort to paint them as racists, but the dashcam footage released by police proves that it was all a lie.
Is the GOP becoming the Party of Trump?
The Obama administration may be the most inept and dysfunctional foreign policy team… ever.
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