What We’re Reading January 27, 2014

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Monday January 27, 2014.

The Grammy’s featured gay weddings in their broadcast, as the entertainment industry continues its push to change culture in its own image.

The Director of Homeland Security says that “illegals have earned the right to be citizens.”

The Arizona Republican Party has formally censured John McCain (R-AZ) for his “too liberal voting record.” Well, that’s fun!

Conservative philosopher, author and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza has just been indicted on bogus felony charges but that doesn’t mean his latest documentary won’t be as popular as his last!

The Congressional Black Caucus plans to rebuke President Obama for the lack of diversity in his choices for federal judgeships.

Wendy Davis is a “classic Texas four-flusher.”

Voters in Nebraska may have a tough time choosing the “right” conservative to fill the upcoming vacancy in the Senate.

Iran is not our friend.

If your population is not growing a big stimulus could destroy the economy. In layman’s terms – No babies, no stimulus.

Smith and Wesson pulling out of California.

Stephen Hawking admits that he was very wrong!

A feminist blogger has done it… she actually wrote the worst blog post ever. Congratulations.


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