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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Thursday October 3, 2013.
“Dirty” Harry Reid (D-NV) continued his war against all that is good with his latest comments questioning why Senate Democrats would want to help any kids with cancer. At least he’s finally being honest…
While the Democrats continue to try and keep our veterans out of the war memorials they are attempting to visit, the Republican National Convention has offered to put up the money to keep at least the WWII memorial open.
Will the Obamacare mandate allow the government to seize fines levied directly from your bank account?
NSA chief General Keith Alexander in testimony on Wednesday admitted that the Obama administration had lied about the number of terrorist plots that had been foiled by the NSA domestic spying program. He also admitted that the NSA has been beta testing the ability to track some Americans using their cellphones. Lastly, he admitted that the NSA had been scouring through social networking sites reading the information being put out there by average, everyday Americans… he did say that they weren’t compiling dossiers on each of us… yet.
9 out of 10 IRS agents have been furloughed due to the government shutdown, but there are still about 1.5 million agents hard at work. What are they doing? The IRS is still collecting debt during the shutdown, but they are not giving any refunds until the shutdown ends.
The National Park Service ordered the closure of a park that the NPS pays no money to operate.
Don’t believe in biased media? The three major networks ran 21 stories about the government shutdown and in each one they blamed the Republican Party for the shutdown. Not a single story gave any blame to the Democrat majority in the Senate or the Democrat President in the White House.
The brilliant author Tom Clancy has passed away at age 66.
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