What We’re Reading June 17, 2015

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Wednesday, June 17, 2015.

Trending: Every Natural Right Protected in the Bill of Rights Is a Property Right? Here’s Why

Jeb Bush has not had a good time of this campaign over the last few months but even with all of the stumbles, gaffes and high levels of disinterest in his campaign… the markets still say he’s the GOP favorite.

Rich Lowry of the National Review has a different take on things though, going so far as to call Jeb Bush “the frontrunner in name only” in his most recent article. “If timing is everything in politics, Bush has, among other things, a timing problem.”

Alfonzo Aguilar argues that the GOP cannot turn into the “Party of No” when it comes to immigration.

The GOP is filled with tensions over what may soon be happening as the Supreme Court decides the fate of Obamacare.

Senior Republicans who are worried they’ll be blamed for killing health insurance for millions of Americans have been busy assembling a range of options if the Supreme Court strikes down the law’s subsidies in 34 states.

Mitt Romney has been making the rounds in the media and observers are wondering if he’s an asset or a distraction?

Garish tastes and awful hair, P.J. O’Rourke argues that Donald Trump is America.

Today’s Democrats have truly become the new liberal ‘know-nothings.’ On trade, terrorism and nuclear proliferation, Democrats would rather not know.

The latest major hack of our nation’s government is the best and clearest symbol of the Obama era.

Americans “passing” as ethnicities other than their own is much more common than you think.

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