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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Wednesday, January 27, 2016.
Did anyone else notice how terrible the latest Democrat debate was? It’s tough to watch that primary fight between the aging socialist and Bernie Sanders!
Sure, the Democrat debates never provide any new information about anything… but we can all learn some things even when nothing new is said.
Bloomberg’s Ramesh Ponnuru opines that Cruz-hating Republicans need to wake up and stop demonizing the man who would make a wonderful conservative President.
Conservative John Hawkins does his best to explain how he went from Trump supporter to Trump opponent.
The Rand Paul team and other media observers expect that Senator Paul will make the cut for the next Fox News’ debate on Thursday in Iowa.
A Grand Jury in Texas just allowed murderers to walk free, but chose to indict the hero who exposed those murderers. Get the facts here. Then go to Life Site News to sign the petition and stand with David Daleiden against his unjust persecution.
Pope Francis is making some Roman Catholic traditionalists unhappy with his outreach to the Protestant community.
They have also contested guidelines issued this month for the “common prayer.”
“The Reformation and Martin Luther are repeatedly extolled, while the Counter-Reformation and the Popes and Saints of the 16th century are passed over in total silence,” the traditionalist blog Rorate Caeli said.
How cool is this?
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