What We’re Reading June 29, 2013

It’s Saturday morning and you’re just trying to make sure you know what’s going on in the world today.

The problem is there is so much randomness on the internet it’s easy getting lost on the World Wide Web. No worries, we are here to help.

Here’s what we’re reading today at the Last Resistance on, June 29, 2013.

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The 9th circuit court of appeals ruled on Friday that gay marriages in California can resume immediately.

President Obama was laying the sanctimony on thick at a recent event in Senegal.

What do Charles Lindbergh, DOMA, polygamy, and gay marriage have to do with each other? Find out here.

Mayor Bloomberg continues his crusade to keep New Yorkers safe from sparklers.

Anderson Cooper “wakes up” to the left’s double standard on gay slurs. Asks why Alec Baldwin gets a pass when conservatives would be vilified.

President Bush was also in Africa recently helping to renovate a women’s clinic in Zambia.nrashirt

The Daily Caller goes full tongue-in-cheek with a report that the leftist magazine The Nation has called for the impeachment of President Obama.

The ridiculous charges that were facing a West Virginia teenager for wearing an NRA t-shirt in his school have finally been dismissed.

The bromance is finally over – Governor Chris Christie recently announced that “he didn’t vote for Obama” and that “he doesn’t lead.”

Sarah Palin is not happy with Marco Rubio.

 

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