What We’re Reading December 27, 2013

What We’re Reading December 27, 2013

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Friday December 27, 2013.

So, apparently debtor’s prisons are making a comeback. Someone needs to remind local governments that debtors prisons have been outlawed since the mid-1800s.

Bad news for the Democrats, great news for Republicans – the GOP has the advantage in early Congressional polling from CNN going into the 2014 midterms.

Why is the media ignoring the massive problems that Britain is having with their version of Obamacare – the National Health Service?

Karl Rove is predicting that the GOP will unify and that they will win a set of stunning victories leading to their takeover of the Senate.

Speaking of bad polls, President Obama has hit another all-time low in the most recent Gallup poll.

The Chinese say that they have a bomber that can hit American bases with long range tactical missiles.

Are you ready for technology that will be placed inside your body to make sure everything is running smoothly?

How much sense does this make…? Colorado passes ridiculously stringent gun laws only to sell more guns in their state than ever before!

Is 2014 the year Bible based blockbusters make a comeback?

Justin Bieber announces his retirement. (Who?)

 

 

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