What We’re Reading January 17, 2015

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Saturday January 17, 2015.

Trending: Life Insurance: Evidence Tying Hillary to ‘Orgy Island,’ Underage Sex on Weiner’s Laptop?

When you scan the political scene and look around the country… there doesn’t seem to be a lot of people who are “excited” with the idea of another Mitt Romney run for the White House. Peggy Noonan at the Wall Street Journal recognizes that he’d be “a better President than Obama,” but says that that is not enough reason for him to run again. Even his former campaign team is not “happy” with Romney’s decision to run again.

“I’m not happy frankly with the way he’s chosen to re-enter presidential politics and I think his friends need to be honest with him about that. He’s a great man, he’d be a great president but there’s not a lot of precedent for somebody losing the election and coming back four years late, becoming the nominee.”

A few days ago, I disagreed with Rand Paul’s support of activist judges (when their conservative). Today, the National Review Online agrees with me and takes Senator Paul to task for his opinion.

Rick Perry (R-TX) continues to rebuild his image and prepare for another run at the White House and he looks as ready as ever…

What would the foreign policy of a Tea Party President look like?

France’s Jews may soon be forced to flee to Israel.

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