What We’re Reading September 21, 2013

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Saturday September 21, 2013.

A teenager in China is the first person to face a prison term under the new anti-gossip laws.

Representative Darrell Issa (R-CA) chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee is travelling to Benghazi as part of the investigation into the 9/11/2012 attack on the US consulate.

The Republicans in the Senate have a new plan to combat Obamacare, but it means filibustering the recently passed House bill to defund Obamacare.

Nancy Pelosi is crazy, right? I mean seriously… you guys agree with me, don’t you?

Can you name the four countries in the world that allow abortion post-viability? Sadly… the United States is on the very short list.

Virginia candidate for Governor Terry McAuliffe had a rough day on the campaign trail.

Could Chris Christie be the Republican Bill Clinton? Do we even want something like that to happen?

The communications director for the Sacramento Democrat Party had some really harsh words for one of Ted Cruz’s spokespeople.


A University of Kansas professor has been suspended for wishing death on children of NRA members.

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas made a visit to the University of Portland in Oregon to give a speech and visit with a college student who made an impression on him.


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