What We’re Reading June 9, 2015

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Tuesday, June 9, 2015.

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

DC isn’t just the capital of our nation, it’s also the capital of anti-free speech America. Now the public there wants to ban certain billboards.

Did Hillary Clinton ever actually have that huge lead over the GOP candidates? Or was it all just just bad polling methodology?

The Loving v. Virginia case has nothing to do with today’s battle over gay marriage.

New York is going to “pass” failing teachers because it would be “racist” not to.

President George W. Bush breaks his silence and eviscerates the Obama administration.

The New York Times keeps getting caught up in scandalous affairs that expose their own liberal biases. This time it’s Politico’s Dylan Byers who is calling them out for their behavior.

BBC News wonders if Pope Francis is a communist.

Pope Francis’s critique of free-market economics has made him an icon for the Left and prompted claims that he is a communist. The leader of the world’s 1.2 billion Catholics has called capitalism a source of inequality at best – and at worst a killer. Is the Pope, as his critics claim, a red radical?

A Dr. begs Democrats not to endorse suicide. He says that Doctor-assisted suicide isn’t liberalism. It’s nihilism.

FIFA’s compliance head says that Russia and Qatar are in danger of losing their World Cup hosting privileges in the fallout over the recent scandals.

One in five people haven’t changed their passwords in over a decade!

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