Here’s What We’re Reading July 30, 2014

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Wednesday July 30, 2014.

President Obama is considering taking Executive Action on our illegal immigration problem. What does that mean? Obama may be considering unilaterally granting amnesty to millions of illegal aliens. If he does this, it may well be “the most blatant and explosive provocation in the administration’s assault on the separation of powers, and could well be the most extreme act of executive overreach ever attempted by an American president in peacetime.”

In Iraq, some observers thought that the best solution would have been to split the nation into three parts when we had the chance. Instead, we tried a one-state solution and now the nation looks strangely split into three parts anyway! The Kurds in northern Iraq were promised a nation of their own long ago… and now they may finally be getting one.

Could this be the real reason that John Kerry is the first American Secretary of State to not successfully negotiate a ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinian terrorists? If not, it’s still one BIG flub.

Texas Governor Rick Perry (R-TX) is heading to New Hampshire to give Scott Brown a hand in his Senate race against incumbent Democrat Jeanne Shaheen.

A new bromance? Rand Paul (R-KY) and Cory Booker (D-NJ) were congratulating each other for making the Hill’s “Most Beautiful List.”

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