What We’re Reading January 16, 2015

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Friday January 16, 2015.

Trending: The Jesus was a Socialist Lie

So… LeBron James was the deciding factor on when the 2016 Republican National Convention would be held. No, seriously… he was.

John McCain (R-AZ) finally found something he disagrees with President Obama about. Credit the aged Senator from Arizona with keeping the doors open in Guantanamo Bay and making sure the Obama administration couldn’t empty the facility of their inmates.

Speaking of terrorists… ISIS continues to steamroll through Syria and US intervention (i.e. bombing) doesn’t seem to be slowing them down.

Newt Gingrich has some theories on why we seem to be losing to radical Islam.

Are today’s RINOs (Republicans in Name Only) really Rinos? Or are we simply split over the tone and tenor of our rhetoric? The NY Times thinks that conservatives are not fighting over principles but rhetoric.

The Democrat Party may actually be dying.

Europe’s leading Rabbi believes that European Jews must begin carrying guns if they are to survive.

Why are liberals so focused on their Fox News Hate?

With Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney likely in the race for 2016, it seems that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie may be the odd man out of the Presidential race.

The Pope is wrong about freedom of expression.

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