What We’re Reading March 11, 2016

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Friday, March 11, 2016.

Trending: We Need Term Limits: How “Career Politicians” Took Over Congress, and its Troubling Consequences

President Obama actually has the gall to say he’s proud about NOT enforcing his OWN “red lines.”

Whoa. A protester at a Donald Trump rally was sucker-punched square in the face. Last week a female protester was manhandled at another Trump rally. And just a couple of days ago, a reporter was shoved down by Trump’s campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski. This is not how conservatives act. Years of Tea Party rallies are proof, we DO NOT initiate violence. Mr. Trump should condemn these attacks; instead he encourages them.

Here’s more from the Breitbart reporter who was assaulted by Trump’s campaign manager.

Senator [score]Ted Cruz[/score] (R-TX) is storming today’s political Alamo. Encouraging news for Cruz as Buzzfeed reports that Utah conservative [score]Mike Lee[/score] (R-UT) is about to formally endorse him!

[score]Marco Rubio[/score] is watching his support among his Senate colleagues collapse.

Ugh. Why is John Kasich (R-OH) still running for the presidency? Kasich’s campaign is so inept that they failed to collect enough signatures in Pennsylvania to get their candidate on the ballot. That’s right, John Kasich will not be on Pennsylvania’s primary ballot.

In the latest Democrat debate “Bernie” [score]Bernard Sanders[/score] refused to retract his praise of Cuba’s evil communist dictator, Fidel Castro. Sure, the guy murdered thousands of people, wrongfully imprisoned millions, and has unjust persecuted millions more… but Bernie thinks he’s great.

And yes, Bernie Sanders is “economically illiterate.”

Oh by the way, does anyone else see the irony in the fact that President Obama has bombed twice as many countries as President Bush?

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