What We’re Reading October 7, 2014

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Tuesday October 7, 2014.

A nurse in Madrid, Spain is the first person known to have contracted Ebola outside of Africa.

A Kurdish mother-of-two stayed behind as ISIS terrorists advanced on her city – when the ISIS enemy approached she launched a suicide attack to slow them down so her friends, family and comrades could escape safely. Another Kurd female soldier, Ceylan Ozalp, fought bravely until her ammunition ran out – she used her last bullet to kill herself so she couldn’t be taken captive by ISIS.

Kansas. Please don’t vote for Greg Orman. Look at his record first. Pat Roberts doesn’t deserve to be reelected… but Kansas doesn’t deserve to be saddled with Greg Orman. By every measure Greg Orman is a very LIBERAL Democrat. He is anti-gun, pro-Obamacare, pro-abortion and has many other terrible liberal positions. Also, he could totally change parties once he’s elected!

Metaphors for the Obama Presidency have gone from “heroic to homicidal.”

The Pro-Baby Murder hero Wendy Davis (D-TX) continues to struggle in Texas.

Hey Los Angeles, it’s time to start getting excited! The NFL is planning to move 1 or 2 teams back to the LA area…

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