What We’re Reading July 1, 2014

What We’re Reading July 1, 2014

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Tuesday July 1, 2014.

Even the liberals at Slate can agree that Justice Alito made a stronger argument for the Hobby Lobby victory than Justice Ginsburg did in dissent.

CNN tries hard to explain to Obama what he can and cannot do within the parameters of the Constitution… but I’m not sure he’s listening.

Don’t look now, but President Obama continues to expand our role in military actions in Iraq – he’s sending more troops over there now. HBO’s Bill Maher is not happy with the sudden return to Iraq; in fact, the entire ordeal has him waxing nostalgic.

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal (R-LA) thinks that if he can win the religious right’s vote… he just may have a chance at taking the White House.

Florida Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) has some big ideas that could offer Republicans hope — or it could bring them challenges, depending on what happens in the next two years.

John McCain, the loneliest Hawk.

A Virginia Democrat has been indicted for an unseemly relationship he had with a minor who was working in his office.

NOAA has quietly reinstated July 1936 as the hottest month on record.

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