What We’re Reading July 9, 2013

Good Tuesday morning friends! It’s almost hump day so hang in there with us…

We know that you’re getting ready for a long day at work and what you really want right now is to find out what you need to know for today’s water cooler convocations. So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading today Tuesday July 9, 2013.


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Democrats have no problem cheating if it means they get a chance to win. The end always justifies the means when you reside on the left side of the political divide.

IRS supporters (who all reside in the Democrat camp) are 0 for 3 in attempts to put out the IRS scandal fires.

The cost of subsidies for people seeking care by going through government channels has increased dramatically. Thanks a whole bunch Obamacare… thanks for nothing.

The White House will continue sending financial aid to Egypt… for now.

Senators Rand Paul and John McCain agree… we should cut off aid to Egypt.

Trayvon Martin was high on pot when he died.

Democrat Dick Durbin wants Congress to decide who gets 1st Amendment protections.

Thousands of Canadians fled Canada’s healthcare system last year… I guess socialized medicine isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.RacialUnrest

Sarah Palin with some very interesting insights on John Kerry’s problems with the truth.

Texas Governor Rick Perry will not seek reelection in 2014.

Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly wonders if a Zimmerman acquittal will mean race riots in Florida.

Our prayers go out to Randy Travis and his family today… Randy is in critical condition with a viral heart infection.

In probably the worst news of the day, CNN went out and got the coveted Marion Barry interview. Yuck. Seriously though, CNN wanted to understand how Eliot Spitzer and Anthony Weiner might be feeling right now, as they try to make their political comebacks. Here’s what the disgraced former Mayor had to say.

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