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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Tuesday, May 3, 2016.
Members of the Obama administration are actively inserting themselves into the Benghazi Committee’s investigation in an effort to discourage the probe.
Don’t kid yourself. The #NeverTrump movement may lose but they aren’t going away. There is a large contingent of conservative voters who cannot bring themselves to vote for Donald Trump. Also, many of these voters truly believe that in the [score]Ted Cruz[/score] campaign and will fight for him until the end.
Today in Indiana it’s Hoosier values on the ballot and depending on the way the vote goes – things may never be the same again.
It’s no paradise on the Democrat side of the aisle either, as Senator “Bernie” [score]Bernard Sanders[/score] now promises to FORCE a contested convention.
There are many lessons for us to learn from the presidency of Teddy Roosevelt that are applicable in today’s climate. There are some very real dangers associated with the possible election of a “populist” president.
It’s come to this – four-year olds are being asked to “choose a gender” in their public schools.
Amy Schumer is not a very nice person.
The Gospel Coalition has an interesting piece up today about the “modern man” and his fantasy world.
Starbucks is being sued for using too much ice in their “iced” coffee. No, I’m not kidding.
How sad that this is satire…
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