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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Wednesday January 21, 2015.
Apparently, this is actually possible. The city of Paris is planning to sue Fox News for claiming that there are Muslim “no-go” zones in the French capital.
Uh-oh. I hope the British people are prepared to handle even longer waits for medical care… Britain’s top doctor warns that the National Health Service (or NHS) may be forced to abandon “free” healthcare for all.
The media seems to think that getting the Supreme Court to rule on something as controversial as Gay Marriage might actually solve the problem. They’re insane. Just because the Court rules one way or another doesn’t mean that the debate on gay marriage will end anytime soon.
Hillary Clinton fans are super sure that her 2016 campaign will totally be better than her 2008 campaign… or her 2014 in general. Seriously.
Meanwhile, according to a new NBC/WSJ poll Republican voters are not excited about the possibility of a Mitt Romney or a Jeb Bush run for the White House in 2016.
Even worse news for Mitt Romney – it’s not like his GOP opponents are going to let voters forget that Jonathan Gruber was Mitt’s guy before he was Barack’s guy. The connection between Romney and Gruber should all but end Romney’s hopes to ever be President.
Democrats seem terrified of the new Senator from Iowa, Joni Ernst (R-IA).
ISIS is threatening to kill two Japanese citizens if the nation of Japan refuses to pay ransom for them.
Surprise! The guy who helps write President Obama’s speeches is as pompous as his boss.
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