What We’re Reading January 19, 2016

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Tuesday, January 19, 2016.

Trending: The Supreme Court Difference: Liberals want a Liberal, Conservatives want a Constitutionalist

Jews in France are on edge as the threat of violence against them continues to grow. It’s not just the Jews who are worried about their future in France, as the government declares a state of economic and social emergency.

The reason President Obama can’t ever seem to get anything done in Congress is because his old friends in the Senate are gone, and he’s never been any good at making new friends.

The RNC officially announced that it was severing ties with NBC for the next GOP debate in Houston, Texas. “The Republican National Committee has decided to move forward without NBC’s participation in the February debate in Houston, Texas. The RNC has awarded the debate to CNN, who will broadcast it on Thursday, February 25 in Houston at a location to be decided. The RNC is ensuring the partnership with Telemundo and conservative partners National Review and Salem Communications will continue as planned.”

Iran has officially condemned President Obama’s “illegitimate” sanctions… even though those sanctions took place because Iran illegally fired missiles, breaking a previous agreement.

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) says that we must break down the wall that separates us from the “Other America.”

The establishment GOP actually prefers Donald Trump to Ted Cruz (R-TX).

Is Donald Trump going to cause a rift in the Southern Baptist Convention?

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