What We’re Reading October 10, 2013

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Thursday October 10, 2013.

The next time abortion activists try to sell you their line about caring solely for the health of the mother when they speak of abortion advocacy, you remind them of this story. Governor Jerry Brown (D-CA) just signed a bill into law that will allow non-physician abortions. Liberals are always talking about stopping back-alley abortions… well abortions rights activists in California just guaranteed a whole lot more back-alley abortions.

Leave it to Rush to have to educate the Republican Party on when they’re winning. The AP just released their latest poll which shows President Obama’s approval rating dropping to 37%... and some Republicans still think they are losing.

In Colorado, gun rights activists are moving to begin another recall process against a liberal anti-gun Democrat state senator. Their first recall attempt worked so well… why not try it again?

CNN’s Wolf Blitzer thinks the GOP is probably right and that Obamacare’s individual mandate should have probably been delayed another year.

A school district in Florida may use an outside source to provide staffing for substitute teaching positions in an attempt to avoid the extra costs brought about by the Obamacare legislation.

Democrat hopes that the House might be in play are way overblown.

The Obamacare problems are only going to get worse.

CNN’s Jake Tapper says that there is definitely bias in the media…

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