What We’re Reading May 30, 2014

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Friday May 30, 2014

Trending: Toronto Mayor: No More Asylum Seekers!

Another day, another Obama administration screw up. This time the administration blew the cover of the CIA chief in Afghanistan. A mistake, right? Not so fast. Who else remembers when the Bush administration let slip that Valerie Plame was a CIA operative and it was called TREASON? Now, however, the Obama administration does the same and it’s simply a mistake? Interesting.

Um, this could be a problem. Scores of undocumented immigrants from Central America have been released at Greyhound Lines Inc. bus stations in Tucson and Phoenix over the past several days after they were flown to Arizona from south Texas, officials acknowledged.

It seems that the Obama administrations drone war in Pakistan may soon be coming to an end as fewer and fewer drone attacks are being reported in the Islamic nation.

President Obama has a lot of problems, especially when it comes to domestic matters, but on the foreign policy side, Jeffrey Goldberg argues that his biggest problem is a lack of goal setting.

Neither major party really seems to understand the mind of the Hispanic voter.

The search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, already the most expensive and frustrating in history, just got a lot harder.

Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed is apparently being seen by world leaders as a rising star. He is one of the few people invited to this year’s upcoming Bilderberg Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Sometimes being a tourist can be a very scary proposition!

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