What We’re Reading May 10, 2016

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Tuesday, May 10, 2016.

Surprise! Former Facebook workers admit that the social media company has always regularly suppressed and censored conservative news! (Sorry, not surprised.)

Donald Trump just called a prominent evangelical (and Southern Baptist) leader a “Nasty guy with no heart!”

Oh boy. Donald Trump doesn’t seem to understand monetary policy (or even basic economics). His most recent plan to avoid default doesn’t really make any sense.

Yes, Governor Bobby Jindal (R-LA) is voting for Donald Trump as President. Why? Because, in Jindal’s words, the stakes are just too high.

Is CNN already turning on Donald Trump? A recent interview on the network had the presidential candidate on the defensive.

The GOP is now considering plans to quickly confirm Judge Merrick Garland for the Supreme Court if they lose the presidential election in November.

Some Muslim religious leaders are actually fighting back against the theology of terrorism, and it’s making the terrorists very unhappy. But is it too little, too late?

As the military and political battle against the Islamic State escalates, Muslim imams and scholars in the West are fighting on another front — through theology.

The one time this libertarian had dinner with a Nazi.

Dr. Joel McDurmon has a wonderful piece up at the American Vision explaining how we can restore America, one county at a time.

The life-changing story of one atheist professor’s journey from unbelief to confessing Christianity.

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