What We’re Reading November 12, 2015

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Thursday, November 12, 2015.

For all the negative attention Hillary Clinton pays to Wall Street, they sure seem very cozy. In fact, according to CNN, Wall Street is downright giddy at the possibility of a Clinton presidency. That should raise all kinds of red flags.

Fox Business was hoping to put on the “anti-CNBC” debate and, for the most part, they delivered. The nonpartisan tax foundation has an awesome tool up at their website that lets you look at the most in-depth information about the candidates (all of them) tax policies and positions. HotAir ranks the winners and losers and wonders what the folks at CNBC thought about last night’s excellent debate.

In the pre-debate debate among the lower-polling GOP candidates, Bobby Jindal effectively hijacked the conversation by arguing about the direction of the GOP and what course we should be taking in the upcoming election.

Over at the Federalist is an interesting article about the rise of totalitarianism on our college campuses and what it has to do with the “reset culture.”

Abortion advocates are creating an incredibly dangerous culture with their support of the politics of death. Abortion is murder and even the most hardened abortion advocates are starting to understand this.

 

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