What We’re Reading November 21, 2015

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Saturday, November 21, 2015.

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We now have confirmation that the Obama administration has blocked 75% of the planned airstrikes against ISIS.

Hey Christians – not sure how to respond to the Syrian refugee crisis? Here are two different articles on the subject, one focusing on the law and another on grace and both arriving near the same conclusion. This one is from American Vision and lays out from Scripture how we should respond to refugees. This one is from Desiring God and it uses the life of Jesus as a model for our response.

President Barack Obama. Worst. President. Ever.

And this, I suspect, is how he is going to end up being remembered as commander-in-chief: as the guy who, in a crisis, gave us petulant speeches about why he was doing nothing.

This is one of those moments when you almost appreciate the parliamentary system, which can hold a vote of no confidence in the chief executive. You want to talk about popping off? If Obama is traumatized and overwhelmed by the job of being commander-in-chief, he can pop off to the golf course and clear the way for someone else to do it.

Secretary of State John Kerry MUST Resign.

Obamacare insurers are suffering and it’s going to end up hurting us all.

The media smear machine continues its campaign against Donald Trump.

CNN reporter gets caught editorializing, CNN shocked and dismayed!

Grammy-award winning singer Adele says that she owes her success to… Sarah Palin.

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