What We’re Reading December 10, 2013

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Tuesday December 10, 2013.

More bad news on the Obamacare front… apparently the Affordable Care Act will force the closure of thousands of volunteer fire departments! Even worse the security breaches on the Obamacare exchange websites are big enough to drive a truck through.

Another new leak from the Edward Snowden files should have gamers looking over their shoulders. The NSA and other Intel agencies have been using online role playing games to spy on citizens. This makes the folks who were concerned about privacy issues with the new Xbox and PlayStation 4 Cameras seem a little less paranoid, doesn’t it?

Mayor Michael Bloomberg is trying to shove just a bit more nanny state onto the good people of New York City before he leaves office. He is attempting to force every child attending a licensed school or daycare in the city to have a flu shot.

Hey check out this Democrat candidate for Congress in New Hampshire as she gives what just may be the worst ever answer on Benghazi.

A former Chinese Ambassador to the UN warns that the current tension between China and Japan could lead to World War III.

Exercise could be the answer to solving our dementia problems.

Antarctica set the record for coldest temperatures ever recorded on our planet.

Sarah Palin has just signed on for a new reality show on the Sportsman Channel.

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