What We’re Reading June 10, 2014

What We’re Reading June 10, 2014

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Tuesday June 10, 2014.

Politico asks if President Obama is a weakling or a tyrant. I would venture to say that he’s both, and that isn’t a contradiction. On foreign policy he’s incredibly weak; on domestic affairs he’s a tyrant.

Someone at CNN finally says the obvious – CNN’s Chris Cuomo says that the media has given Hillary Clinton a “free ride.”

Perhaps the person who made the final call on the title of Hillary Clinton’s new book should have done a bit more research first… apparently it shares its name with a movie of rather dubious background.

Will Democrats pay a political price for the Bergdahl swap?

Just five months to go and this still seems like the Republican’s election to lose. They have a good shot at taking control in the Senate if they can keep from making any major errors in the next few months.

Silly feminist lefty says that self-defense is “icky.”

Whoops! Republican Governor Nikki Haley (R-SC) had a Twitter fail when she tried to tout her state’s education reforms. Gotta watch what you post on Twitter – the internet is forever.

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What the message was supposed to say –

South Carolina made history this year by passing education reform. We will no longer educate children based on where they are born. Through reading coaches, technology investments, and expanding charter schools we just confirmed that we want our children to be the future workforce for our growing high tech jobs! #ItIsAGreatDayInSC

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