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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Monday, December 21, 2015.
Paul Ryan (R-WI) is desperately trying (and failing) to defend the horrible Omnibus spending bill.
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio recently heard about President Obama’s plans to use executive action to confiscate American guns, and he wasn’t having any of it.
“Obama does know we have the Second Amendment, right?” He added, “I’ve said it before. I’m not surrendering the guns. He can give an executive order saying we’ve got to collect the guns, and I’m not going to do it.”
Arpaio said that “there’d be a revolution” if a president ever issued such an order.
Hillary Clinton encouraged voters “fact check” her claims about the donations that she’s gotten from Wall Street… so people did fact check her, and what they found was that Hillary was wrong…again.
Donald Trump is going after Ted Cruz again, this time mocking Cruz for being so nice to him.
Hmmm… apparently, Donald Trump trademarked ‘Make America Great Again’ right after Mitt Romney lost the 2012 election.
Obama pats himself on the back while America worries about the growing threat of Muslim terrorism.
Ironic, that’s what it is. People have voluntarily given Bernie Sanders more money than they gave Obama. It’s ironic because they’ve voluntarily given millions to a man who wants to forcefully take billions more.
Hillary Clinton keeps defending Obamacare, once again making light of its many problems by saying that it just suffers from a few “glitches.”
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) December 20, 2015