What We’re Reading January 31, 2015

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Saturday January 31, 2015.

Trending: Bus Driver Arranges the Vicious Beating of a White Family

In the battle of GOP establishment candidates, it now seems to come down to two important players – Jeb Bush and Chris Christie. With Mitt Romney dropping out, the GOP world waits to hear which of the two men will get his support.

Top Democrats still have no idea why Hillary Clinton is running for the White House.

The most recent polls are very, very bad news for both fans of Hillary Clinton and fans of Elizabeth Warren as they don’t paint a very positive picture for either of them heading into the race for the White House.

Oh gross. The Obama administration is supporting the Iranian-backed rebels in Yemen, instead of the American supporting government in Sanaa.


The Eric Holder tenure at the Justice Department has been filled with scandal. Obama’s Attorney General spent years “steamrolling” truth to get a favorable outcome for his patron.

Honestly, is there really any way that Hillary Clinton will be able to do anything but disappoint America?

No. Political Correctness Does NOT Work.

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