What We’re Reading July 7, 2015

We hope you’re having a great day wherever you are and that the news we dig up for you this morning helps you navigate the day more efficiently!

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Tuesday, July 7, 2015.

Trending: MSNBC Knowingly Lies about Russian Interference in the Election

The African-American community in Charleston is torn between forgiveness and anger in responding to the shooting from two weeks ago.

The Muslim religious leader that was a ‘key influencer’ behind the massacre of innocents on a beach in Tunisia is living “on the dole” in England and living in posh circumstances.

Liberals will go to just about any lengths to accomplish their goals, even if it means harassing innocent people and fashioning their own version of a police state.

Sadly, Hillary Clinton looks like a lock to be the next Democrat nominee for President.

Hillary Clinton is a near-lock for the Democratic nomination for many reasons, but among the most significant is that her challengers have minimal appeal to the party’s base of African-American voters.

Hillary Clinton is finally planning to allow more access to the media and begin granting more interviews… we’ll see.

Eric Holder threatens to use the power of the government to force Americans to abide by the recent gay marriage ruling.

Iran says that no matter what happens in the negotiations with the USA – America will ALWAYS be an enemy of Iran.

“The US might arrive at some agreements with us within the framework of the Group 5+1 (the US, Russia, China, Britain and France plus Germany), but we should never hold a positive view over the enemy,” Iran’s Fars News Agency quoted Pourdastan as saying. “Our enmity with them is over the principles and is rooted because we are after the truth and nations’ freedom, but they seek exploiting nations and putting them in chains,” he explained further.

If you think the gay marriage ruling will put an end to the culture wars, you’d be wrong. In fact, the culture wars are just beginning, and Christians better be ready for what comes next.

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