Required Reading

Required reading from around the web of the best, most interesting, or most thought provoking things we’ve read:

In Newly Obtained Memo, Congress’s Top Cop Said House Democratic Caucus Server VANISHED

“A secret memo marked “URGENT” detailed how the House Democratic Caucus’s server went “missing” soon after it became evidence in a cybersecurity probe. […]  The memo, addressed to the Committee on House Administration (CHA) and dated Feb. 3, 2017, was recently reviewed and transcribed by The Daily Caller News Foundation. The letter bolsters TheDCNF’s previous reporting about the missing server and evidence of fraud on Capitol Hill. […]The six-page letter says: . . .”

Read more at Daily Caller.

Nunes Wants Obama State Department Officials to Testify in Public

“Nunes said the investigation is following two parallel tracks: . . .  […] ‘They should be able to do all of these hearings in public, full transparency, so that people can watch on live television. That is my recommendation to the committee chairmen,” Nunes said. “I believe they will follow that recommendation. They may have other names. So far, we sent them the 17, plus the ten — 27 names we have sent them. We will be sending a more names here later this week this week.'”

Read more at CNS News.

Grudem: Why Building a Border Wall Is a Morally Good Action

“Is building a wall on our border a morally good action? As a professor who has taught biblical ethics for 41 years, I think it is – in fact, the Bible itself repeatedly views protective walls with favor. Walls gave peace and security. In the world of the Old Testament, people built walls around cities to protect themselves from thieves, murderers, and other criminals, and from foreign invaders who would seek to destroy the city. People could still enter the city, but they had to do so by the gate, so that city officials would have some control over who was coming in and going out. Today’s debate is about a larger area – a national border, not a city – but the principles are the same. […] The pathetic shame of a city without walls is also evident in this proverb: . . .”

Read more at Townhall.

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