What We’re Reading November 7, 2013

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Thursday November 7, 2013.

Is Obamacare the next step in the Democrats’ plan to destroy the family unit? The welfare system established by FDR led to the destruction of the family unit in poor urban neighborhoods, and now Obamacare is incentivizing the break-up of families. It is cheaper for married couples to divorce and live together unmarried than to stay married under Obamacare. Sick.

When liberals and Democrats try to tell you that Republicans and conservatives have never offered an alternative to Obamacare, call them liars. Here is just one of the conservative alternatives to Obamacare.

Shouldn’t the media be apologizing for making fun of Sarah Palin and her complaints about the Obamacare death panels?

One Secret Service agent says that the stuff going on behind closed doors in the White House is even worse than we can imagine.

The official number of those living in poverty is higher than the government lets on – the latest number puts the poverty rate at just under 50 million people.

New Jersey is holding a “safe surrender” day where wanted criminals can turn themselves in for favorable consideration. I’m not sure they’ll get the intended results…

A former NSA codebreaker says that he tried to be a whistleblower years ago – but nobody would listen.

Terry McAuliffe’s (D-VA) win in Virginia on Tuesday holds some good news for the Tea Party.

Establishment Republicans really hate the Tea Party.

Venezuela’s socialized healthcare scheme is collapsing… who could have guessed?

Vice President Joe Biden and Debbie Wasserman-Schultz both called the wrong guy when trying to congratulate the new mayor of Boston.

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