What We’re Reading March 25, 2015

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Wednesday, March 25, 2015.

Trending: Government Forces Churches To Perform Gay Marriage

Et tu, Jeb? One of Jeb Bush’s chief policy advisors echoed the Obama administration’s positions on Israel in a recent speech when he said, “It seems to me Israel’s future absent a two-state solution could be very difficult at best,” said Baker at the J Street gala. “I fear Israel risks losing either its Jewish character or its democratic character as long as it occupies those Arab lands.” 

Where was Jeb Bush when the other GOP Presidential contenders were fighting against Obamacare?

It seems that Jeb isn’t fairing as well in South Carolina as his father and brother did in previous Presidential runs.

To have a real shot at winning the White House, Senator Ted Cruz will have to unite the disparate parts of the Republican Party, while convincing Independent voters that he will serve their interests.

Politico says that thus far in Cruz’s career his strategy for politics has been to “destroy the mushy middle.”

Indiana Senator Dan Coats will not be seeking reelection in 2016.

Oh boy. This can’t be good. A shocking new report says that former IRS employees can still look through your tax returns!

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