What We’re Reading November 2, 2015

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Monday, November 2, 2015.

Trending: The Conservative Answer to Reforming the Criminal Justice Sysytem

Sweden’s Foreign Minister says the country is facing “collapse” because of Muslim refugees!

After promising to end two wars, President Obama will leave office in a year with our nation embroiled in three more.

The executive who was on hand to run the CNBC’s GOP debate is a former Bill Clinton White House staffer!

Meet the new American electorate – they’re young, they’re excited, and they really like Marco Rubio.

Jeb Bush is a politician out of time. By choosing to skip the 2012 election, Bush missed his window and ran smack into the new generation of GOP candidates and voters.

In Iowa, the GOP presidential candidates draw contrasts with each other while campaigning for votes.

Has the Marco Rubio “moment” finally arrived?

Donald Trump is finally morphing into a politician – does this mean the end for him?

The media might be pretending that Hillary Clinton had a “good week,” but the truth is that the Benghazi inquiry has finally proven that she was a disaster during her time in the State Department. By the way, her part in the Benghazi hearings might be done, but Hillary Clinton may still go to prison for her decision to use a private unprotected email server to house classified information.

Iran’s racist anti-Semitism runs way too deep to be defeated with simple politics.

Don’t expect the Russians to abandon Syria and Bashar al Assad.


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