What We’re Reading September 9, 2013

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Monday September 9, 2013.

Edward Luce of the Financial Times argues that President Obama has wandered into a trap of his own making in Syria.

GOP representative Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) really wants to help the Obama administration go to war in Syria. I mean he really, really wants to go to war.

Charlie Rose at CBS got an exclusive interview with Syrian dictator Bashar al Assad.

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German intelligence says that Basar al Assad did not order the infamous chemical attack.

Meanwhile, in Western Syria al-Qaeda affiliated rebels have taken over an ancient village that is predominantly Christian.

When all of your liberal friends argue that George W. Bush was spying on us for eight years too… you show them this article. Apparently, the Obama administration argued (successfully) to have restrictions on the NSA removed so that they could more easily spy on us.

hideandseekHey! Remember when we were told that we had to change the healthcare industry for the 15-30 million uninsured people in America? Well, under Obamacare some 31 million remain uninsured… woohoo – progress.

Almost half of all of the births in the United States are covered by Medicaid.

Police killed a 107 year old man in a shootout in Arkansas.

Who’s up for hide-and-seek as an Olympic sport?

 

 

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