What We’re Reading August 27, 2014

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Wednesday August 27, 2014.

Is the likelihood of a GOP Wave election in November fading?

Does anyone really know what President Obama’s overall foreign policy vision is?

An American was recently killed fighting for ISIS in Syria. Douglas McAuthur McCain of San Diego, California was killed in battle over the weekend.

This is terrifying. 16% of people in France have a favorable view of ISIS!?! What?

Um. So this is a bit weird. Karl Rove’s Crossroads GPS is now attacking vulnerable Senate Democrats from the left. That’s right… the Republican mastermind is telling voters not to vote Democrat because they aren’t liberal enough. I guess he’s doing whatever it takes to win.

Sadly, most Democrats support the unjust prosecution of Governor Rick Perry. I guess most Democrats don’t care about justice if it means hurting Republicans. This is gross.

The New York Times won’t endorse New York Governor Andrew Cuomo for reelection because of his ethical failures… but that doesn’t mean they are going to endorse any Republicans either!

An American studying in Jerusalem has gone missing after taking a hike in a forest just outside of Jerusalem. A search revealed nothing, and now his family believes he has been kidnapped.

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