What We’re Reading January 23, 2015

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Friday January 23, 2015.

It may sound like Team Clinton is embracing Obama, but the truth is very different.

“He can blame Republicans and all sort of structural problems—and get sympathy from a lot of us,” said one associate who spoke on condition of anonymity so that she could channel Clinton’s thinking. “But voters don’t want to hear that. They want shit done. He hasn’t gotten shit done.”

The Clinton team is discussing how to draw a contrast between Obama’s leadership skills and hers—without overtly insulting the president.

How the Republican Party divides between “Obama Republicans” and “Other”

The growth of our welfare state has been nothing but BAD for the USA.

Another failure of the Obama administration’s foreign policy… we are losing Yemen, and fast.

Every supporter of the GOP should be completely and utterly appalled at what has just transpired with the GOP’s efforts to bring their latest pro-life bill to the floor.

The President punted on his 2015 State of the Union address.

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