What We’re Reading March 13, 2015
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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Friday, March 13, 2015.
President Obama recently criticized Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker for his states efforts on Right to Work legislation saying, “I’m deeply disappointed that a new anti-worker law in Wisconsin will weaken, rather than strengthen, workers in the new economy.” Governor Walker didn’t take the attack lying down, he responded… perfectly.
“On the heels of vetoing Keystone Pipeline legislation, which would have paved the way to create thousands of quality, middle-class jobs, the President should be looking to states, like Wisconsin, as an example for how to grow our economy,” Walker said in a statement to National Review Online. “Despite a stagnant national economy and a lack of leadership in Washington, since we took office, Wisconsin’s unemployment rate is down to 5.0 percent, and more than 100,000 jobs and 30,000 businesses have been created.”
Stephen F. Hayes of the Weekly Standard calls the debate over the Republican letter to Iran “a contrived controversy!”
Is Senator Tom Cotton the “new” Ted Cruz?
Hillary’s real problem is that Americans are looking for authenticity from their candidates. Sadly, authenticity is something that Hillary just doesn’t have…
Is President Obama Really a Christian?
Early Onset Clinton Fatigue…
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