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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Friday November 14, 2014.
After getting crushed in the Midterms, Obama is veering even further to the left! — with plans to push Executive Orders granting amnesty to millions of illegals and plans to veto any Congressional action on the Keystone XL Pipeline.
The GOP will do its best to block the President from granting blanket amnesty to millions of illegals.
The recent midterm wave has seemingly stalled out any talk of removing John Boehner (R-OH) as the House Majority leader.
Jonathan Gruber’s comments on Obamacare and the “stupidity” of the American voter are exactly what’s wrong with modern liberalism.
The Justice Department just shut down a popular Seattle based sandwich company. Why? Because the owner of the sub shop was none other than Cuban dictator Raul Castro. The government is charging Castro with money laundering, wire fraud and Un-American activities!
Arkansas’ outgoing Democrat Governor, Mike Beebe, just pardoned his own son’s drug arrest record because according to the Governor, “Kids, when they’re young, do stupid stuff. He was no different. If they’ve straightened up, to get their life back on track and have a second chance, so this is no different. It’s different because it’s my son.” No word on if Beebe will be pardoning the thousands of other teenage drug offenders of the last two decades… but probably not.
Awww… how sweet. George W. Bush says that Bill Clinton is his “brother from another mother…”
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