What We’re Reading December 23, 2014

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Tuesday December 23, 2014.

Trending: 100,000 Pennsylvania Democrats Switch to Republican Party!

The GOP Establishment is going to try and pick off Tea Party Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) in the 2016 Senate Primaries. This is just more evidence that the GOP establishment hates conservatives and only abides our presence when they have to… when will we stop voting for these FOOLS?

For the last few months American pop-culture has been focused on sexual abuse inside of our colleges. The sad truth is that the college halls are not the places where people face the biggest threats of sexual violence in America today. Those most at risk are still in poor communities.

Liberal New York journalist Mike Lupica wonders who will march for the fallen NYPD officers? Kareem Abdul-Jabbar says it’s not the police who are under attack, it’s institutionalized racism. This may be difficult for the police to believe, considering that they are the ones being killed by the attack “on racism.”

As police officers die, the racism narrative being played by the left is dying.

How about justice for all… and not for just some.

It’s time. An Autopsy for the Keynesians.

Governor Andrew Cuomo and the state of New York are getting it ALL WRONG on fracking.

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