What We’re Reading June 25, 2015

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Thursday, June 25, 2015.

Trending: No, Hillary Did Not Win the Popular Vote…And Yes, the Electoral College Did Protect America from Corruption at the Ballot Box

A plurality of whites, blacks and Latinos believe that the Supreme Court should NOT declare a constitutional right for gays to marry. However, a plurality of whites and Latinos do believe that gays should be allowed to marry, while a slight plurality of blacks do not.

Corruption doesn’t just happen here. A prominent British Member of Parliament, Labour Lord Greville Janner, is suspected in more than 22 different cases of rape, sexual assault, and torture of children… but the prosecutor has decided that he is too old and infirm to face trial!

Did Governor Bobby Jindal (R-LA) miss his Presidential window? Should the popular Republican have run for President in 2012 instead of 2016?

The Boston Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev apologized to his victims and their families in court on Wednesday just minutes before he was formally sentenced to die for his part in the Boston bombing.

A jury has awarded a Virginia man $500K because he was mocked and derided by his doctors after being anesthetized. The doctor also falsified medical records by marking that the patient had hemorrhoids when he did not.

ISIS continues to wreak havoc in the Middle East – not just with the people but also with treasured historic locales. Syrian officials are reporting that ISIS has destroyed two historic mausoleums in the ancient central town of Palmyra.

Is the world beginning to notice the powerful testimony of the persecuted church in the world? The forgiveness shown by the Charleston victims’ families (and other recent acts of forgiveness form Christians in Libya and Iraq) has stunned the world.

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