July 30, 2015

July 30, 2015

On Thursday’s Mark Levin Show: it’s interesting how Sen Bernie Sanders doesn’t get investigated by the media the same way Republican candidates are. Everything the left wants to do is called a civil rights issue, like with healthcare being called a right; this is the mentality we have to change and stop. Also, it’s curious how the vast majority of Democrats don’t care about the selling of baby parts because they don’t see them as human lives, but test subjects for experiments. The Planned Parenthood videos show the disgusting underside of the abortion industry and highlight the need for a massive investigation to find out exactly what’s going on. It’s not Planned Parenthood; it’s planned child killing. Later, if you’re a Republican opposed to the Iran nuclear agreement, you’re in favor of war, but not if you’re a Democrat. This is the type of strawman argument the left uses to defend a bad deal. We’re learning more from the Islamo-nazis about what’s in the deal than our own Marxist government.  Finally, Mark talks with Mike Huckabee about his comments saying the Iran deal sends Israelis to door of the oven and his support for article V and a convention of the states.

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Daily Caller
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Washington Free Beacon
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CNN
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The Hill
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Center for Medical Progress
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You Tube
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