What We’re Reading May 10, 2014

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Saturday May 10, 2014.

History may yet treat President George W. Bush better than his opponents ever thought it would… sadly, the same will probably be said of Obama as well.

The Washington Post has developed a nice and succinct list of five major reasons that the public just won’t buy what the White House is selling about Global Warming.

I wonder what President Obama thinks about this… apparently, it is the Syrian rebels who won’t let the last of the destructive chemical weapons leave the country.

Mario Diaz explains why Democrats should be very worried about the coming conservative Hispanic wave. It is building, and we (yes, I am one of these conservative Hispanic unicorns) are gaining more and more allies in the Latino community.

Some observers are wondering if Rand Paul is actually a war hawk. At the very least, he doesn’t seem to be as dovish as his father.

Wow. Only about 1% of Americans are actually “politically active”! Would things be better if that number were much higher?

The Common Core brought down a few Republican incumbents this past week… hopefully other Republicans will learn a lesson from the primaries.

This is not a joke. Iraq and the USA are negotiating to bring more troops back into Iraq in the not so distant future…

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