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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Tuesday, July 14, 2015.
Bernie Sanders might not be able to win, but he could cause a lot of problems for Hillary Clinton.
Here’s a memo to Hillary Clinton: ‘You’re Still the Problem!’
Governor Scott Walker had a great starting point in the race for the nomination, but he hasn’t exactly had a great start.
Republican House Majority leader John Boehner (R-OH) blames President Barack Obama for our inaction on immigration.
“He’s stirred up the American people in such a way that it would almost be impossible to do immigration reform, given the environment that we’re dealing with. I want to do immigration reform and the president knows it. I asked the president about a year ago, gave him some ideas about things that should happen if he wanted to do immigration reform, and some things that he shouldn’t do. Well, the president didn’t take my advice. And he doubled down on the executive orders that, frankly, far exceeded his authority, and the courts have got him stopped. He’s really poisoned the well.”
Climate Scientists have recently issued dueling and conflicting warnings about the coming climate patterns. One groups says that we should prepare for another mini-ice age as the sun goes into a dormant period over the next few years; the other group says that we should prepare for massive flooding as the world heats up another degree or so!
It’s U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts v. Texas Supreme Court Justice Don Willett on a matter of old case law.
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