What We’re Reading December 10, 2015

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Thursday, December 10, 2015.

Trending: Army found Guilty of Discrimination for Barring Transgender MAN from Female Restrooms

So… those Muslim Terrorists in San Bernardino were planning a terrorist attack LONG before they actually carried one out. Way to go law enforcement with your awesome vetting process…

Fox News analyst Kirsten Powers argues that John Kerry needs to recognize the reality of Christian genocide.

Mark Levin is disgusted by Marco Rubio’s (R-FL) use of Alinsky tactics against Ted Cruz (R-TX).

Two Muslim Afghan trainees have gone missing from Moody Air Force Base near Valdosta, Georgia.

A Texas Hospital is proving conservative fears about Obamacare right. Houston Methodist Hospital is attempting to turn off life support for a man who is fully conscious, alert and communicative… and begging for his life. However, the hospital says the man will soon be dead anyway and thinks that withholding oxygen and food would be a “more humane” way to go.

Video recording technology has “radically changed” the way that police go about their business.

Donald Trump’s plan to keep Muslims from migrating to the USA is totally legal. Trump is serious too, by the way. David French of the National Review argues that whether for good or for bad, Donald Trump has shifted the national conversation about politics in a whole new direction.

Oh, by the way, Democrats are lying about their gun sales ban.

Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush have both had a very bad year in Washington, D.C.

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