What We’re Reading April 8, 2015

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Wednesday, April 8, 2015.

Brian Williams has an idea about how he accidentally told all those lies… maybe he had a brain tumor?

“(He said,) ‘Did something happen to (my) head? Maybe I had a brain tumor, or something in my head,’” a source told the Vanity Fair in its upcoming piece. “He just didn’t know. We just didn’t know. We had no clear sense what had happened. We got the best (apology) we could get.”

So the Russians hacked our State Department… and the White House. But don’t worry — our government thinks they now know “how” they did it. No word yet on if the government is planning to stop the next cyber invasion.

The recent mess at the Rolling Stone over their erroneous article about on campus rape proves one thing… if you say you’re against “rape culture” than you can do no wrong.

President Obama’s law school guru has come out against the president on Global Warming and it has the White House very angry.

Leading conservatives call on Apple to pull out of anti-gay countries like Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Iran, just as Apple has threatened to do in Indiana.

Mitt Romney really has been right about everything – even his NCAA March Madness bracket was almost perfect.

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