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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Saturday, October 24, 2015.
The one thing that we learned yesterday during Hillary Clinton’s Benghazi testimony is the Clinton knew all along that the assault on Benghazi was a terrorist attack. If she’s a human with feelings and emotions, the Benghazi fiasco should keep Hillary Clinton up at night.
Another poll shows Donald Trump falling behind Dr. Ben Carson in Iowa. It’s time for the Trump campaign to start worrying.
Ben Carson told Glenn Beck that if elected President he planned to “intensify” the failing war on drugs.
Lincoln Chafee (D-RI) is out of the Democrat race for President.
Whether or not he’s the best option may be up for debate… but Paul Ryan (R-WI) will be your new Speaker of the House. Conservatives have been oddly ambivalent about the possibility that Ryan would be the next Speaker. He’s always maintained a low profile and has never been one to criticize conservatives… but he’s also never done anything to stand for conservatism.
Jeb Bush promises that he will be in this race until the bitter (and it will be bitter) end.
Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) lays out the reasons that criminal justice reform should be a conservative priority.
While Vladimir Putin marches, President Obama watches. Thank the Lord that Obama wasn’t President during the cold war…
The Muslim briefcase-bomb-clock building boy just “punked” Obama.
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