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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Tuesday, December 15, 2015.
ABC News is reporting that the government has a “secret” policy that doesn’t allow immigration officials from looking at applicants’ social media accounts! The fact that the government would have this kind of policy makes no sense.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has finally been brought back to sanity and is now moving to greatly restrict Muslim migration to Germany. Over the last few months Germany has been inundated with scores of unvetted Muslim refugees from Syria and Iraq.
The Cruz campaign for President is crediting their stunning rise in the polls to hard work and serious studying.
Cruz has largely built his program out of his Houston headquarters, where a team of statisticians and behavioral psychologists who subscribe to the burgeoning practice of “psychographic targeting” built their own version of a Myers-Briggs personality test. The test data is supplemented by recent issue surveys, and together they are used to categorize supporters, who then receive specially tailored messages, phone calls and visits. Micro-targeting of voters has been around for well over a decade, but the Cruz operation has deepened the intensity of the effort and the use of psychological data.
What in the world is Marco Rubio doing?
The monsters at ISIS are now targeting children with Down’s Syndrome for Murder.
Donald Trump continues to beat up on conservatives – now saying that he doesn’t agree with Justice Antonin Scalia (or Justice Thomas) about affirmative action.
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