What We’re Reading January 22, 2016

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Friday, January 22, 2016.

Trending: Bus Driver Arranges the Vicious Beating of a White Family

In an election year where the GOP has an opportunity to win stunning victories, it’s not the establishment who holds us back. Conservatives and populists have squared off for the philosophical heart of the party.

North Carolina Senator Richard Burr (R-NC) dug himself a hole when he told supporters at a private fundraiser that he’d rather support socialist Bernie Sanders than dyed-in-the-wool conservative Ted Cruz.

It’s not just Burr either – more and more GOP establishment figures are emerging to voice their displeasure with Ted Cruz, which seems to mean they’d rather see a President Trump.

Meanwhile, in Colorado, freshman Congressman Ken Buck (R-CO) became the first member of Colorado’s delegation to endorse Senator Ted Cruz for President.

Sarah Palin may have decided to throw her support to Donald Trump, but the news hasn’t slowed down the Cruz fundraising machine.

John Kasich (R0OH) is full of bluff and bluster these days…

Yikes! We really could see an election race between Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Donald Trump!

Flint, Michigan’s water crisis is not a conservative problem, it’s a liberal one.

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