What We’re Reading December 3, 2013

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Tuesday December 3, 2013.

CNBC has a bombshell story for us on the safety of Obamacare. One hacker that CNBC spoke to says that there has never been any real security measures on the Obamacare website. Scary news for those who have already entered their very personal information.

Remember when the Democrats pretended to be against imperial Presidencies? Turns out, that was only for Republicans…

Will Amazon.com be delivering goods by drone in the near future? If you ask them, they will be.

Oh boy. Jimmy Carter’s grandson is eyeing a run at the Georgia Governor’s mansion.

What happens in Hollywood when one of their own passes away?

Talk about a cushy job! NEA employees still get paid even if they get are forced to spend that time in a correctional facility (prison).

Piers Morgan sure does seem to be a fan of this Barack Obama fellow…


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