What We’re Reading June 26, 2014

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Thursday June 26, 2014.

The Supreme Court gets another one wrong… though Justices Scalia, Thomas and Alito sure didn’t.

John Stossel explains why he understands so well the problems Sharyl Attkisson is currently experiencing. See, he had a very similar situation at ABC.


The Obama Drone memo is out; now we know for sure that the libertarians were right – it’s murder.

Liberals are still playing the blame game on Iraq – even as their precious leader makes mistake after mistake in his attempt to “handle” the situation.

The education department is profusely apologizing after a social media gaffe that has a lot of people upset at the callousness of our government.

In Mississippi, Thad Cochran begged Democrats to help him win his primary — and they obliged.

This past week the Presbyterian Church USA has made a lot of waves with some of the decisions they’ve made for their denomination. Some liberal media outlets couldn’t help but get confused and mix up exactly which Presbyterians they were talking about… so here’s an easy guide to help you understand the difference between the PCUSA (bad) and the PCA (good).

Unbelievable! See how the IRS’ “crashed hard drive leads to lost emails” excuse worked so well… the EPA is now using the same excuse in their scandal investigation.

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