What We’re Reading February 1, 2014

What We’re Reading February 1, 2014

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Saturday February 1, 2014.

Wyoming was the most conservative state in America in 2013 while Washington, D.C. was the most liberal part of our country.

An NBC affiliate in Florida called the Florida GOP the “reprehensive” Party of Florida.

A state-by-state look at the future of marijuana in America.

Charles Krauthammer has some special advice for the Republican Party on how to avoid falling into the “war on women” Democrat trap.

Did Chris Christie actually know about “Bridgegate” before it happened?

Pat Buchanan is here to tell you how the Republican Party lost Middle America. He focuses on the GOP’s surrender over immigration.

Almost half of Americans live paycheck to paycheck.

Cops in Georgia have been strip searching motorists for minor infractions – and the public isn’t happy.

The State Department has invited a musician who once called Condi Rice and Clarence Thomas “Uncle Tom’s” to speak at a webcast sponsored by the government.

The Keystone XL pipeline seems to be back on track!

Republican Scott Brown is making a serious run at the New Hampshire Senate seat and he hasn’t even declared his candidacy yet!

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