Here’s What We’re Reading Friday February 21, 2014.

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Friday February 21, 2014.

The media (and our culture) has become so twisted that having a “traditional” family is now considered an “alternative lifestyle.” Reporting on American skier David Wise the media finds him remarkably odd – because he is a 23-year old, married father who goes to church. Seriously. Wow.

US Olympian Kate Hansen shot some amazing video of a Wolf-Dog roaming the halls of her hotel in Sochi. I’m not sure this was supposed to be a “pet-friendly” hotel…

The great Allen West wonders why this horrific crime wasn’t classified as a “hate crime.”

Fascist king Obama is pushing a plan that would force government researchers into newsrooms. Here comes 1984.

Someone is slinging mud at Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker.

Uh-oh – people in Ohio really, really like Hillary Clinton. (Why? Who knows…)

What is wrong with famous people who have huge public meltdowns?

Hey GOP wimps – here is your minimum wage position in one sentence!

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