What We’re Reading January 14, 2015
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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Wednesday January 14, 2015.
Hang on to your hats folks, Obama’s last years could be his most interesting… and altogether terrifying.
The big question out there now is how did the Charlie Hebdo attackers plan their attack?
Free Speech is scandalous, and we better hope that it always is… or it will mean that something has gone horribly wrong.
It’s important the we support Bill Maher and defend him as his fellow leftists attack because he is a lone liberal voice crying out against Islamic violence.
“Hundreds of millions of them support an attack like this. They applaud an attack like this. What they say is, ‘We don’t approve of violence, but you know what? When you make fun of the Prophet, all bets are off” is supported by real data.
Extrapolating from polling numbers, hundreds of millions of Muslims do, in fact, support the death penalty for blasphemy against Mohammed. Hundreds of millions do support the death sentence for “apostasy” — converting from Islam. It’s even true that in the recent past, hundreds of millions expressed approval for Osama bin Laden.
President Obama’s plan to provide a “free” community college experience for American students may seem like he is bowing to the poor… but the reality is that this move is all about making (rich) liberal elites happy.
Um, GOP politicians need to be careful when hanging out in the bars they frequent… because apparently their bartenders might be plotting to kill them.
Mitt Romney might actually make a strong candidate in 2016.
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