What We’re Reading July 27, 2016

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Wednesday, July 27, 2016:

Trending: When a Pro-Life Story Ruined a Planned Parenthood Celebration

Discrimination? Yeah, probably. But will the media care? Nah:  “The organizer of a ‘Black DNC Resistance March’ in Philadelphia Tuesday demanded white supporters and media move to back of the crowd.”

More DNC email drama…the organization as well as the Clinton campaign are preparing for more leaks.

Even California Governor Jerry Brown says Hillary should be worried.

It cost over $4.1 million for Obama to attend the Paris climate change conference.

Global warming:  Federal workers were allowed to “work” from home, because it was too hot outside.

ISIS warns that London and Washington, D.C. are their next targets.

Hillary Clinton becomes the first female to be nominated in a major party. And there was much rejoicing:

One of the terrorists who killed the French priest had been under investigation by French authorities.

Apparently, Paul Simon didn’t do too well singing “Bridge Over Troubled Water” at the Democrat’s convention:  “After panning Paul Simon’s performance on opening night of the Democratic National Convention, it looks like most attendees would have preferred the sound of silence.” ha. ha. get it?

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