What We’re Reading February 24, 2016

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Wednesday, February 24, 2016.

Trending: Chelsea Clinton Running for Congress?

Socialism is evil and must be stopped, but conservatives need to remember to keep the first things first, which means not getting bogged down in smaller fights.

The GOP establishment has a message for Governor John Kasich (R-OH), and it’s not something that he wants to hear.

Once again, liberal racists find a way to attack minority conservatives for not being “ethnic” enough. On Comedy Central’s the Nightly Show a panel of guests wondered if [score]Ted Cruz[/score] and [score]Marco Rubio[/score] were actually Hispanic.

At a rally in Nevada on Monday night, Donald Trump admitted that he’d like to punch a protester in the face and then recalled how in the “old days” such interrupters would be “carried out on a stretcher.”

Former Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich argues that Fox & Friends is at fault for the rise of Donald Trump.

Oh boy. Donald Trump praised North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un for his “firm hand” after the dictator had his own uncle executed.

Are evangelical Donald Trump voters simply making excuses when they punch their ballot?

The Federalist wonders who would be a bigger disaster as President — Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump?

Dr. Ben Carson just made some pot-stirring comments about President Obama and what it means to be raised as a black man.

A liberal California University just canceled a speech by a conservative journalist, citing the need for a “Free exchange of ideas”! And the laughter was loud…

The University of Nebraska’s Kearney campus just banned Chick-fil-a from their school… because of the Christian principles of their owner.

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