What We’re Reading March 5, 2015

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Thursday, March 5, 2015.

If and when the Supreme Court finally shuts down Obamacare’s subsidies (which could effectively kill Obamacare) the end could come very quickly.

The Senate failed to override President Obama’s Keystone XL Pipeline veto, and once again, failed the American people.

The lifestyle and irrational choices of Bill and Hillary Clinton have left the would-be Presidential candidate open to some serious and damaging attacks. It’s almost as if the Clintons were hoping to give their detractors more and more ammunition to use against a possible Hillary Clinton run for the White House. The latest Hillary Clinton scandal shows just how far the Clinton machine will go to make sure “there ain’t nobody up in her business.” The decision by the Clinton State Department to use only private email accounts is not only unethical, but may very well be illegal, and it is revealing of the length the Clintons will go to in order to cover for themselves.

The Hill wonders whether or not Governor Scott Walker is ready for the 2016 White House spotlight.

Maryland’s Governor Martin O’Malley wants the White House in 2016, and he’s preparing to go up against Hillary Clinton to get it.

Handshakes are super-gross.

World’s oldest person celebrates her 117th birthday!

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