What We’re Reading March 8, 2014

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Saturday March 8, 2014.

Rand Paul urged conservatives at CPAC yesterday to stand with him and fight for Liberty. His speech was met with resounding applause and accolades. If CPAC is a bellwether – the rest of the Republican Presidential field better be on their guard, Rand Paul is the real deal.

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Rick Perry also spoke Friday and his speech was no less powerful. Reminding us that from time to time a “little rebellion” is necessary.

The Republican Presidential field is wide open and conservatives wouldn’t have it any other way. Conservatives should have plenty of options come 2016.

A former writer from liberal group “Think Progress” has pulled back the covers on the “suffocating” censorship coming from the Obama White House.

Vladimir Putin is one scary dude. The Western democracies better wake up before its too late – he wants to rebuild the Russian Empire and he wants to do it in his lifetime.

Another casualty of the Obama, Biden, Clinton and Kerry foreign policy – Libya continues to slide toward destruction.

California is losing its energy companies as they flee for greener pastures in … you guessed it… TEXAS.

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