What We’re Reading May 13, 2015

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Wednesday, May 13, 2015.

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


Democrat Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) called President Obama “disrespectful” and implied that the President was being sexist when attacking Senator Elizabeth Warren’s (D-MA) resistance to his new trade treaty.

“I think the president was disrespectful to her by the way he did that. I think that the president has made this more personal than he needed to…

I think by just calling her ‘another politician’. I’m not going to get into more details. I think referring to her as first name, when he might not have done that for a male senator, perhaps? I’ve said enough.”

It seems as if Jeb Bush doesn’t want to start the 2016 election season by getting shellacked in Iowa – so he’s skipping the August Iowa Straw Poll! Thousands of Iowans feel disrespected…

Jeb Bush is trying to backtrack on his previous (and vocal) support of the Iraq War.

Chris Christie (R-NJ) used Bush’s Iraq misstep to score some points and answered the question in the way that Jeb Bush is now wishing he had.

In West Virginia students are being given control of the classroom.

Is Seymour Hersh’s latest conspiracy theory as accurate as his last one was?

ISIS is using mind control techniques to recruit teenagers to terrorism.

The Mayor of D.C. seems like she enjoys being a HUGE hypocrite. She once argued that even saying Redskins was racist… now she’s back to calling her city’s NFL team … the Redskins.

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