What We’re Reading December 30, 2013

What We’re Reading December 30, 2013

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Monday December 30, 2013.

Once again Camille Paglia departs from orthodox liberal dogma, this time to offer up a feminist defense of masculinity. In a brilliant piece from the Wall Street Journal Paglia expounds, ‘What you’re seeing is how a civilization commits suicide,” says the erudite Paglia.

Watch out folks! Watching emotionally charged movies with a liberal perspective or bent can make you more liberal too! Scary.

Pseudo-libertarian Neal Boortz says that social conservatism will cost the Republicans the Senate in 2014.

“I don’t think the Republicans are going to take the Senate next year. They’ll keep the House, but they’re not going to get the Senate and I’ll tell you why – because they simply cannot resist the urge, the impulse to get into this social conservatism.” – Neal Boortz

Incredible 100 year old negatives found that detail the exploration of Antarctica.

Here’s a measure for how bad 2013 was for most Americans. 2/3 of Americans considered a bad year, 4 out of 10 considered a “disaster” for their family.

Pregnant nurse fired for refusing flu shot!

Sources say newest New York Times report on Benghazi is “completely false!”

Howard Dean forced to retract his rosy Obamacare prognosis. Obamacare enrollment is even worse than everyone had worried.

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