What We’re Reading October 11, 2013

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Friday October 11, 2013.

Are we ready to see if the “Truckers Ride for the Constitution” can be successful in waking up the D.C. politicians who have seemingly stopped listening to the American people?

The Trucker Ride, should just be a warm up for the Million Vet March on the Memorials, which will be taking place on Sunday morning.

The National Review Online has an interesting article that discusses the paradoxical observation that the United States has become more conservative over the years, but less Republican. Interestingly enough, this article comes at the same time that a new study is released showing that every state has grown more conservative over the last fifty years.

Pat Buchanan wonders if Red State America is seceding from the rest of the nation.

The brilliant George Will dissects the fall of liberalism, from a positive forward thinking movement to a negative philosophy of distortion.

Is this proof that President Obama is tied to groups that support terrorism?

The National Parks Services is quickly devolving into the most hated agency in America… and that’s saying something when its competition is the NSA and the IRS among many others. The conduct of the employees of the parks department has been deplorable, surpassed only by the conduct of their leadership in the Obama administration. We’ve even heard park rangers admit that they were commanded to make the shutdown as painful as possible on park tourists.

Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) says that our government has got to get our spending problems under control.

The candidates to become the next Senator from New Jersey do not like each other.

The new hip thing to do is make fun of Justice Antonin Scalia for his belief in the Devil. It’s super funny making fun of people’s religious beliefs…


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