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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Tuesday, November 24, 2015.
What is it like for a nation to be leaderless? Every American is starting to figure it out…
When it comes to Islamic terrorism, President Obama seems to have his math all wrong.
Obama says 99.9 percent of Muslims reject terrorism…
Obama’s 99.9 percent figure is demonstrably false. Pew Research has polled the issue extensively. In surveys of the Muslim populations of nine majority-Muslim countries, plus Lebanon, Gaza, and the West Bank, an average of 57 percent have an unfavorable view of al-Qaeda, not 99.9 percent. Thirteen percent have a favorable view of al-Qaeda, not 0.1 percent.
Sure, Islamic terrorists aren’t the only terrorists out there… but it sure does seem like they are far more sadistic and evil than all the others.
Nope. There are NO “loopholes” that allow terrorists to legally buy guns; it doesn’t matter how often liberals claim that such things exist.
Donald Trump’s claim that “thousands” of New Jersey Muslims were celebrating the 9/11 attacks is “unfortunate” to say the least and could be far worse.
Senators Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Ted Cruz (R-FL) may be trailing Donald Trump in the Iowa polls, but the wind is at their backs and things seem to be moving towards a confrontation between the two conservative heavyweights.
Bernie Sanders’ latest snitfit should be added to the growing list of evidence that Democrats are completely clueless when it comes to figuring out how the economy works.
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