What We’re Reading April 28, 2016

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Thursday, April 28, 2016.

Indiana and California will decide whether or not Donald Trump is our next GOP presidential nominee. The Weekly Standard agrees.

Donald Trump had another big day this past Tuesday as he swept through the primaries in the Northeastern states, but his path to winning in November has been made more difficult by his willingness to write off conservatives.

Donald Trump says that NAFTA “destroyed” America – he could not be more wrong.

By the way, while the #NeverTrump movement has quieted down in recent weeks, that doesn’t mean it’s gone.

It’s do-or-die for [score]Ted Cruz[/score] in Indiana.

[score]Marco Rubio[/score] (R-FL) seems poised to make an endorsement in the Florida GOP Senate primary.

Finally, someone willing to defend the 9th Amendment.

Whoever the GOP nominee is, Democrats are in trouble. Voter turnout among Democrats is down by MILLIONS.

John Stossel has gotten a lot of hate mail after arguing that healthcare in America would be better if the government got out of the way. Now he’s back to answer some of the questions he’s gotten and to further explain why free markets would make our lives better.

This is starting to get ridiculous. The latest college survey finds that more than 80% of Americans want the government to force companies to label any food product containing DNA. Um…

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