What We’re Reading January 9, 2014

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Thursday January 9, 2014.

The War on Poverty turned 50 yesterday.

Did Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) use his authority to inflict a traffic nightmare on his opponents? So maybe the myth of Chris Christie has been a myth all along…? (That made sense, right?)

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Iraq’s Ambassador had some harsh words for President Obama and some kind ones for President Bush.

So the guy heading the investigation into whether or not the IRS was persecuting conservatives is an Obama friend and donor. Business as usual in Washington, D.C.

CNN’s Don Lemon makes DNC chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz look silly. (Not that she needs a lot of help.)

In praise of judgmental libertarianism.

Dennis Rodman has turned into a “useful idiot” for the North Korean regime.

The GOP is turning up the heat on President Obama when it comes to jobs and immigration.

Could Idris Elba be the next James Bond? This author thinks that would be awesome!

Candace Cameron-Bure has made some leftists awfully upset with her praise of traditional marriage and family values.


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