What We’re Reading March 27, 2015

We hope you’re having a great day wherever you are and that the news we dig up for you this morning helps you navigate the day more efficiently!

It’s a busy world out there, and you don’t have a ton of free time to be doing Internet searches for the most important items of the day… lucky for you, we do. We drink gallons of coffee in an effort to stay awake long enough to scour the far reaches of the world wide web in an effort to bring you the most important, useful and useless information every single day.

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Friday, March 27, 2015.

Trending: Army found Guilty of Discrimination for Barring Transgender MAN from Female Restrooms

Saudi Arabia goes to war against the rebels in Yemen – which basically means that Yemen and Saudi Arabia are now at war. It kind of means that Saudi Arabia is now also fighting a proxy war against Iran – because Iran has been supporting the Yemeni rebels. So much for the White House’s story that Yemen has been a success.

Modern Liberals have come to hate the First Amendment. The First Amendment has always been about protecting free speech and today the people whose speech is in the most danger all happen to be conservative.

The White House lied to you. That’s not the news. Everything the White House told you about Bowe Bergdahl, his desertion, his capture and his release was all wrong. His release was supposed to be the political masterstroke in the last days of the war. But the war is still going, and Bergdahl is going to court.

Some folks are wondering if a President Ted Cruz could work with Congress?

The GOP has plenty of different and competing plans about how to repeal and replace Obamacare… but first they need the Supreme Court to rule against the current law.

George Will has a brilliant article at the Washington Post about how income inequality is good for everybody.

Chris Christie (R-NJ) may not be doing so hot in his efforts to win the GOP nomination to President, but he’s not dead in the water yet.

Um… this shouldn’t be so easy. Tech magazine Ars Technica acquired 4.6 million license plate scans from the police.

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