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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Thursday September 19, 2013.
A newly released peer reviewed climate change study shows that the threat of man-made global warming has been greatly exaggerated.
Dr. Ben Carson says that the “Denfund Obamacare” movement could become a defining moment for conservative politicians – if they’ll show the backbone necessary to defund it. Conservative commentator Mark Levin ripped hesitant GOP congressmen for not lining up quickly enough to defund Obamacare… going as far as calling them “phony pseudo-conservatives.” Way to go, Mark.
Jeb Bush and Governor Bobby Jindal (R-LA) have joined forces to demand that the Justice Department drop their lawsuit against their states school voucher programs.
The FBI tells us that the city of Chicago has become the nation’s murder capital, surpassing even New York City… even though Chicago has less than 1/3rd of the population that New York does.
The government watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics has released it’s 2013 list of the most corrupt members of Congress and some of the names may surprise you. (And some of them you’ll totally expect.)
Will wonders never cease? Ed Schultz is a conservative on gun rights!
Oklahoma cops accidentally stumble over bodies hidden in lake, may be of missing persons from cases in the 1960s or 70s.
This man says he is the black Tim Tebow. I like it.
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