What We’re Reading December 21, 2013

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Saturday December 21, 2013.

Happy Saturday!

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) has been hospitalized and will be staying the night as a precautionary measure. Our prayers go out to Senator Reid and his family, and we hope that all is well.

Global Warming alarmists should be heading for the hills as two major milestones were met in 2013. 2013 was the 17th straight year without an increase in global temperatures… that’s right the planet hasn’t gotten any warmer in almost 20 years! The other major milestone? 2013 was one of the ten coldest years in American history!

With yet another change to the Obamacare law, Obamacare seems to be falling apart before our very eyes.

Uganda has passed a tough new law against homosexuality.

The legislations sets life imprisonment as the penalty for gay sex involving an HIV-infected person, acts with minors and the disabled, as well as repeated sex offenses among consenting adults, according to the office of a spokeswoman for Uganda’s parliament.

The bill also prescribes a seven-year jail term for a person who “conducts a marriage ceremony” for same-sex couples. When the bill was first introduced in 2009, it was widely condemned for including the death penalty, but that was removed from the revised version passed by parliament.

North Korea tried it’s best to be threatening when they sent South Korea notice that they could attack at any moment… but the fear was tempered by laughter because the North Koreans sent their threat by FAX. Seriously.

A former Philadelphia Eagle cheerleader has distinguished herself as an army soldier serving in Afghanistan for the last few years.

This tweet was perfect.

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