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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Wednesday, April 13, 2016.
Hillary Clinton and “Bernie” Bernard Sanders both argue that the other is not qualified to be President, and guess what? They’re both right.
What happens when two, old white socialists crack a racist joke? NOTHING. No one laugh’s and the media pretends not to notice. If a Republican had made this joke, they would have been tarred and feathered on the national news broadcasts.
Things are about to get real heated and real crazy as California’s GOP primary approaches.
Colorado’s junior Senator, Cory Gardner (R-CO) is not happy with Donald Trump’s assertions that the people of Colorado didn’t get a chance to vote in the GOP presidential primary.
If you can't figure out the Colorado GOP delegate process how can you figure out how to balance the national budget?
— Cory Gardner (@CoryGardner) April 12, 2016
Rush Limbaugh is right. Ted Cruz is playing by the rules and the Trump campaign should too.
In New York, three women who lied about being the victims of a hate crime are now refusing to apologize and may face charges themselves.
And so it continues – an appeals court just struck down part of an anti-polygamy law.
Pope Francis’ recent letter on love and marriage may end up causing more harm than good.
Have you ever wondered why the hymns of Martin Luther sound so… different from other hymns?
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