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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Monday February 2, 2015.
Contrary to popular belief/opinion, Mitt Romney’s exit does NOT help Jeb Bush. In fact, if anything, this will be a problem for the former Governor of Florida!
The Hill tried its hand at ranking the GOP field with more than a year to go in the primary season!
Bipartisan Consensus is ALMOST NEVER a good thing for our country.
The two scariest words in Washington are “bipartisan consensus” – it’s like when my doctor and my lawyer agree with my wife that I need help.
What if President Obama and the Republicans controlling Congress really did cooperate?
The modern liberal is loud, proud and really very rude.
A recent leak about a joint CIA-Mossad assassination of a Hezbollah leader was not meant to hurt Israel, but was an obvious reminder that the USA is Israel’s best friend and ally.
Whoever leaked the details of the 2008 joint Mossad-CIA assassination of Hezbollah operational chief Imad Mughniyeh to two US newspapers, and certainly to a paper like The Washington Post, (the second one was Newsweek), did not do so capriciously. Most likely someone wanted to send the following message to the people of Israel and also to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: You need us. Look at the extent of the cooperation between our intelligence communities, which risks being damaged due to the discordant policies of your prime minister. This was the nature of the hidden message behind the leaked assassination operation.
Iran’s Holocaust Cartoon conference is a huge hypocritical mess… which is what we should expect from those chronic human rights abusers.
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