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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Saturday October 19, 2013.
Liberal media icon George Soros has spent millions of his own dollars pushing his leftist agenda for years, and so it should surprise no one to hear that he’s up to his old tactics again. He is planning to fly-in activists from all over the country to lobby conservative lawmakers in an attempt to get them to buckle under on immigration reform.
The US debt jumped a record $328 Billion in one day – our total debt is now over $17 Trillion for the first time.
Liberal Professors just keep the attacks coming. It seems that every day there is a new story of a college professor tearing into conservatives.
In yet another sexist article, Time magazine says women make better doctors than men.
How exactly did Ted Cruz wrest the Tea Party crown from Marco Rubio.
Obamacare keeps getting worse and worse as now insurers seem to be getting the wrong data from the Obamacare exchanges.
Get ready to vomit. Terrorist bomber Bill Ayers was introduced at a speaking engagement by the mayor of Madison, Wisconsin who mentioned that the government shutdown was worse than the terrorist bombings of the 1960s.
A CNN anchor had to be reprimanded by a reporter for calling Tea Party politicians “radicals.”
It seems that the British have been manipulating their crime statistics to make it look like gun control has lowered crime… who would have thought the government would lie?
Republican Steve Lonegan may have lost to Cory Booker in the special election for Senator, but he did a lot of damage to Booker.
A new study shows that 2013 was one of the least extreme weather years in history, debunking Al Gore’s claim that the weather would continue to grow more and more extreme.
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