Required Reading – September 10 Evening Update

By | 2018-09-10T00:20:06+00:00 September 10th, 2018|
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Required reading from around the web of the best, most interesting, or most though provoking things we’ve read:

McQuillan: Democrat Election Scam Just Chose Wyoming’s Next Republican Governor

“Democrats pretending to be Republican for primary day just chose the next Republican candidate for governor in America’s reddest state.  Wyoming gave President Trump his biggest victory in the entire presidential election, with sixty-seven percent of the vote.  Because the state is so red, the Democrats’ choice will definitely win the general election and become the next governor of Wyoming. In Wyoming’s recent primary, Republican voters didn’t get to choose their own  candidate.  Democrats in the 21st century don’t believe in having two-party elections. In California, they try to shut out Republican voters by having a system where the two highest polling candidates win, even if both are Democrat.  In Wyoming, they believe they should get to choose their primary candidate and ours – because they will choose more wisely and more ‘moderately’ than Republican voters.  They get away with it, because Wyoming was forced by the federal government under Clinton to allow cross-over voting in the primary.”

Read more at American Thinker.

 

Freiburger: Judge blocks Texas law requiring humane disposal of fetal remains

“A federal judge issued a permanent injunction Wednesday against a Texas law requiring burial or cremation for the bodies of aborted or miscarried babies, claiming the law burdens women for no benefit.”

Read more at Lifesite News.

 

Martel: Beijing’s Censorship Push Failing as Xi Jinping’s Incompetence Becomes Focus of Protests

“Communist Party leader Xi Jinping has carefully crafted an image of himself as a big-picture visionary, tasked with turning China into the world’s preeminent superpower. While Xi has focused on taking over the world, however, the average Chinese citizen appears increasingly frustrated with his inability to provide competent government functions like adequate education and health care. The result has been a wave of unprecedented public protests against Xi’s party, which has promised to bring all of China into a ‘new era’ as a ‘moderately prosperous society.'”

Read more at Breitbart.

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