What We’re Reading September 18, 2014

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Thursday September 18, 2014.

Oh boy. The National Journal has been running the numbers… and the way they figure it, Republicans need to sweep the 2014 midterms if they want to have a chance at holding the majority in the Senate come 2016.

ISIS “War on Women” is disgusting and monstrous. It may be part of the more horrible string of war crimes committed on our planet since the Holocaust. “The jihadists’ rape campaign in Iraq and Syria is not a women’s issue. It is a terror tactic and a crime against humanity. So why won’t anyone in Washington talk about it?”

Are even liberals starting to get tired of the “blame Bush” game that Obama and his supporters play?

Did the people of Scotland vote for independence from the United Kingdom? The world we wake up to today could look very different than it did yesterday…

The President is sending the military to West Africa to combat Ebola and the Discovery channel wants you to know that the military might be the best-equipped group to handle this outbreak.

Rand Paul’s foreign policy positions may open him up to criticism, but they are starting to make a lot of sense in the light of what we are seeing develop in the world around us.

It sure does seem like liberals HATE conservative women… why all the animosity?

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