What We’re Reading November 18, 2015

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Wednesday, November 18, 2015.

Here is a nice list of 16 terrible ways to respond to the Paris terrorist attacks.

Finally! President Obama has finally admitted something that the rest of us could have told him years ago.

Poor ol’ Jeb Bush is losing his edge in TV dollars to Marco Rubio!

In the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks, the United Nations is warning the nations of Europe not to back off on their promises to accept Syrian refugees.

On Tuesday German police arrested an Algerian refugee in connection with the terror attacks in Paris.

An army of police in a Brussels, Belgium suburb known as “Little Morocco” raided a flat that belongs to one of the suspects in the Paris terrorist attack. Those same officers made several other arrests in Brussels during a series of raids in Muslim communities.

The so-called “threat” of global warming is not severe enough to risk the global economy.

Charlie Hebdo’s response to the latest terrorist attack in Paris is classic Charlie Hebdo.

Holly Holm’s “David vs. Goliath” victory over Ronda Rousey has much larger implications for our culture.

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