What We’re Reading January 11, 2014

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Saturday January 11, 2014.

The economic situation in America is so bad we are looking at numbers that remind us of 1978. The participation in the labor force rate has fallen to a level it hasn’t seen since 1978. There may be some positive economic indicators out there, but when so few Americans are working… things cannot be good.

Ted Cruz had some harsh words for the President, describing him as “Lawless, terrifying and dangerous.”

“We are a nation of laws and not men,” Cruz was additionally quoted as saying by the website. “If we had a system where a president can pick and choose what laws to follow at utter whim … that is seriously dangerous.”

The FBI still hasn’t contacted any of the Tea Party groups involved in the IRS scandal – maybe they’re waiting for an invitation.

This New Zealand PSA against speeding has gone viral – have you seen it?

The fall of Fallujah has stunned the veterans of America’s battle there.

Four more states may be voting on legalizing marijuana this year.

The Obama administration is ignoring the Supreme Court and the power of the states.

 

 

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