What We’re Reading February 13, 2014

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Thursday February 13, 2014.

The East Coast is being pounded by an ice storm of historic proportions.

Eric Holder thinks that not letting felons vote is “unjust.” He also thinks that every illegal should be legal and that unicorns should be a protected species. Okay, the last one is a joke… but he’s dead serious about the rest.

Democrats are fleeing Obamacare at breakneck speeds.

Will Hillary Clinton be the Democrat nominee in 2016?

Mitch McConnell helped the Democrats raise the debt ceiling (again) as the Senate voted to pass a new debt ceiling hike. Ted Cruz (R-TX) who voted against the debt ceiling increase warned his fellow Senators that the American people would remember these votes come November. (And we will)

Former New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin (D-LA) has been convicted of taking bribes during his time in office.

Rand Paul and Ken Cuccinelli are leading the charge on the NSA lawsuit.

The Republicans Senate chances are looking better and better – but are things getting better in House races too?

What does your candy say about your political preferences?

If you are thinking about seeing (or not seeing) the upcoming movie Noah, which is based on the Biblical flood account, here is a little more information for you to help make your decision.

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