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Trending: The Jesus was a Socialist Lie
Republican Representative Peter King (R-NY) is a disgrace. In recent interviews he has made it known that his most important mission as a possible 2016 Presidential candidate is to stop the “Rand Paul’s and Ted Cruz’s” of the GOP from taking over the Party. King would rather the Party continue to be as soulless and gutless as it’s been for the last few years. Which is why he is my least-favorite GOP politician.
The media is busy at work trying to foist a new scandal (that isn’t actually a scandal) onto GOP Presidential hopeful Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ).
Uh-oh. Things may be getting worse for Brian Williams as more of his reporting is being called into question. The manager of the hotel he stayed at in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina says that the anchor was lying about seeing “bodies float” by his window.
Count Tom Brokaw as one of those who is very upset with the scandal brewing around Brian Williams because of his penchant for “embellishing” (code for lying) personal stories.
Everyone should just forget the NBC anchors lies… it’s Hillary Clinton’s lies that are actually important.
The Kingdom of Bahrain is ready and willing to join the Kingdom of Jordan in the fight against the Islamic State.
Boston just broke a record for snowiest 30 days ever!
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