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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Thursday, October 29, 2015.
The Washington Post argues that Ted Cruz is running the best campaign of any of the presidential candidates!
CNN has a list of 6 things to watch for during Wednesday night’s GOP debate.
A very interesting religious freedom case is unfolding in Pennsylvania, where an Amish man is suing the government because he wants to buy a firearm, but cannot do so without a license.
The government loves when citizens are afraid.
In a suit that brings together the Second Amendment and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), an Amish man filed a federal lawsuit in Pennsylvania last week because he wants to buy a gun without the required photo ID — and because getting that photo ID would violate his religious beliefs.
Andrew Hertzler, according to the suit, is from Lancaster County, Pa., and is an “active and practicing” member of the community; his “parents, grandparents, and siblings are all active and practicing Amish”; and he “has a sincerely held religious belief that prevents him from knowingly and willingly having his photograph taken and stored.”
The New York Times engaged in some disastrously bad journalism in their recent series on New York City’s nail salons. Check out where they got things wrong and why.
The disgusting Lena Dunham admits that her role model is a terrorist, she loves armpit hair and thinks it’s unfeminist to call any woman unfeminist… except of course conservative, pro-life women.
Illogical liberals agree that gun control has failed, everywhere, which is why they want to make sure it happens everywhere.
The National Review tries to explain why the video of a police officer taking down a student isn’t that disturbing.
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