What We’re Reading January 15, 2016


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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Friday, January 15, 2016.

Iran just humiliated Barack Obama and John Kerry.

Just in time for the latest Fox Business Debate, the RNC is finally admitting what most Americans already know – Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are both eligible to be President.

Yes, Nevada does really matter in this year’s primary race.

This is what government regulations do. The folks at MIT tell us that incandescent light bulbs are now more efficient than LED’s. Yes, the old technology is now actually better than the new stuff, and it’s all the government’s fault.

Hillary Clinton should be getting worried because it sounds like Bernie Sanders may be starting to get serious about this campaign.

Ted Cruz is still the favorite in Iowa, but just how big a favorite is the question.

Jeb Bush’s campaign has WASTED their vast financial resources throughout this primary, and the National Review has discovered several ways they could have better used the money.

The worldwide Anglican Communion has decided to censure the American Branch of their denomination (the Episcopal Church). The move comes after years of Episcopalian drift away from orthodox Christian teaching, and has been a long time coming.

Um. Gross.

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