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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Tuesday, October 27, 2015.
Dr. Ben Carson is picking up steam in his campaign, and it all starts with Iowa, where Carson has built a HUGE lead in the polls.
Former President George W. Bush’s decision to openly mock and deride Ted Cruz is backfiring in a big way and could actually prove to be the most important endorsement of the GOP presidential primary!
The NYPD’s police union is calling for a boycott of Quentin Tarantino’s movies after the famed director was seen participating in an anti-police protest.
Whoops! A new study undertaken by the researchers at the University of York found that belief in atheism (or unbelief) actually uses LESS brain function!
A Canadian public school suspended one of its students for posting a picture of himself holding a gun on social media… the only problem is that the picture was taken AT SCHOOL during a school-sponsored event with the Canadian military.
The State Department is impeding the Benghazi committee’s investigation. How do we know? They JUST delivered 1300 printed pages of new emails from Ambassador Chris Stevens for the committee to peruse.
One Al Qaeda supporter in Syria is actually the spoiled son of a Hollywood director.
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