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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Friday, December 18, 2015.
A new survey finds that under President Obama, race relations have reached a 20-year LOW.
Our government has finally decided to call the Chattanooga terrorist attack a terrorist attack. The FBI says that the Chattanooga shooter was a “homegrown violent extremist” who acted alone and the military now plans to award the Purple Heart to the victims of the attack.
Obama’s horrible foreign policy strikes again as Russia and Iran begin trading nuclear materials.
Well, so much for that. New Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) wasted no time in becoming a traitor and stabbing conservatives in the back by pushing through a TRILLION DOLLAR omnibus bill that will also kill more than 200,000 American jobs by giving that work to temporary foreign workers!
Ted Cruz (R-TX) is winning his fight against Donald Trump without actually having to do anything.
The nasty feud between conservative Senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio (R-FL) which spilled over during the recent GOP debate in Las Vegas continues to boil red hot.
Marco Rubio is only hurting himself in Iowa.
While the GOP candidates bicker amongst themselves – Hillary Clinton is already promising to act like a dictator if she is elected the next President.
Wow. Conservative pundit Dana Loesch is NOT happy with today’s Democrat Party, and she pulled no punches in a recent rant against the “godless left” that has gone viral.
Folks, we must demand truth from our religious leaders. For this reason, the pulpit MUST, by necessity, always be political.
Christians should think theologically about Islam.
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