What We’re Reading March 9, 2015

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Most Americans would rather see our nation turn to a single, national primary day for the Presidential elections – instead of spreading state primaries out across months in the election year.

Perhaps the most important lesson we are learning from the Hillary Clinton Email Escapade is that every Congressional investigation into the Benghazi debacle was incomplete because they lacked the most important information … the State Departments Email records!

Trending: Obama Forgot He is No Longer President, Shows Up at G20 Summit

Ron Fournier at the National Journal says it’s time to follow the chain of Clinton emails to figure out what is going on behind the scenes at the Clinton Foundation.

There is just no way any intellectually honest, logical thinking person can believe the Obama administration when it comes to their negotiations with Iran or their treatment of Israel. By the way, most members of Congress share Prime Minister Netanyahu’s views of the fight between Israel and Iran.

Amazing! The former leader of the Equality and Human Rights Commission says that it was wrongheaded of the United Kingdom to try and force an end to racial discrimination through government intervention.

The state of Kentucky has cleared the way for Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) to run for both his reelection to the Senate and for the GOP nomination to the White House.

What’s the most common name in America? James Smith, seems to be the winner!

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