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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Tuesday May 20, 2014.
The brilliant Mollie Hemingway finds that the Washington Post seems really confused about how babies get made. Hemingway destroys the Post’s liberal premise and actually uses it to show how monstrous abortion really is.
Will John Boehner (R-OH) and the Republicans push forward comprehensive immigration reform this summer? It’s starting to look more and more likely.
So now Democrats are using outright lies and formerly debunked stories to push back on the Benghazi scandal. Why? Because they still can’t argue their case with facts…
In an indication that Chris Christie (R-NJ) still has his sights set on the White House in 2016, he has recently been seen stumping for a more aggressive foreign policy. Christie will be awfully hard to beat for conservatives in 2016 – he is the ideal RINO candidate. He is a social moderate, he can appeal to blue state moderates and he is a foreign policy hawk … he’s a perfect RINO storm.
Is student debt playing a major factor in slowing down our economy?
Buzzfeed wants to know how Republicans are trying to win over the black vote.
The lack of jobs, size, scope and failure of government and the poor economy are still the top worries of most American voters.
Did anyone else notice that once again President Obama didn’t learn about a problem until he heard about it in the media!?!!
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