What We’re Reading July 8, 2013

Hope you had a great July 4th, Independence Day weekend!

Sad to say, it’s Monday again, and it’s time for you to get back to the grind. However, before you do, grab a cup of coffee and pull up a chair. You need to find out what’s going on in your world before you head out that door, and we’re here to help you get your daily dose of knowledge.

Here’s what we’re reading on Monday July 8, 2013.

Politico wants the GOP to know that if it wants to take back the Senate, it’s going to cost them.

A soccer game ended in tragedy in the town of Pius XII, Brazil. This story out of Brazil is both harrowing and eye opening; what is wrong with humanity that people could actually commit acts like these, and in public, no less?

Noted RINO, David Brooks battled it out on national television with Idaho Rep. Raul Labrador. Liberals saw Brooks as the clear winner of the exchange, while conservatives gave the victory to Rep. Labrador. Who do you think got the best of this interchange?

Our prayers go out to the family of Teresa Heinz Kerry, including Secretary of State John Kerry. Mrs. Kerry is in critical condition after being rushed to the hospital Sunday afternoon.

A US Embassy official in Guyana was recalled under suspicion of taking bribes in a sexual favors for visas scandal.

Liz Cheney, daughter of Vice President Dick Cheney, is considering a run at the Republican nomination for one of the Senate seats in Wyoming.

lonerangerJim Carrey kind of apologizes for calling “assault rifle” owners some pretty horrible names.

In what seems like the plot to a Hollywood thriller a local mob boss has apparently infiltrated Scotland Yard.

While Disney had high hopes for Johnny Depp’s latest blockbuster, the Lone Ranger has officially BOMBED.