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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Friday November 8, 2013.
President Obama finally apologized (kind of) for lying about people being able to keep their insurance if they wanted to. But he didn’t apologize for lying about lying…
The Supreme Court is getting set to decide whether or not it is legal for the city council in a small upstate New York town is violating the Constitution by offering a Christian prayer before the start of each meeting.
A North Carolina school district will not allow the local American Legion to post “In God We Trust” posters around their schools… even if it is the national motto.
Billy Graham is 95 years young today.
The media distorted Senator Rand Paul’s speech at Liberty University by using a misleading report written by the AP. It has stirred up some controversy among the liberal media, but mostly because of the partial transcript that implied something that Senator Paul did not say.
Tea Party leader Niger Innis is considering a run for Congress in his home state of Nevada. What would that do to the media narrative of racist tea partiers when they learn one of our leaders is an African-American?
The Senate has passed the Employee Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) which would deliver more protections to the gay community in the workplace – however some conservatives feel that while helping protect the rights of the gay community it may diminish the rights of Christians.
President Obama met with his favorite old RINO to discuss how they could ram amnesty through Congress without the help of conservatives. Is there any way that John McCain hasn’t sold out yet?
Apparently Saudi Arabia is fairly confident that they could buy a nuclear weapon from Pakistan on a moment’s notice. Yeesh, that’s a bit scary.
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