Wiretap: Georgia woman sings Amazing Grace as the state kills her
…and more news singing around the world
The only woman on Georgia death row has been executed. Courts rejected her plea that cites the pope’s every life is sacred line. She sang Amazing Grace as the state killed her. Via ABC News.
The pope and Kim Davis? Her lawyer says they met. He promises there will be pictures. Via The New York Times.
Byron York says Democrats remain confident despite Clinton’s falling numbers. He wonders why. Via The National Examiner.
Kevin McCarthy, speaker in waiting (maybe), says that the Benghazi committee has hurt Hillary Clinton’s poll numbers. Oh, so that was the point all along? Via The National Journal.
Note to the Donald: When America was “great,” taxes were high, unions were strong and government was big. Just sayin’. Via The Atlantic.
What if all politics is now national? It may explain why in a split electorate the Republicans dominate at the state level. Via The New York Times.
Milbank: House GOP committee members take on Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood scores easy win. Via The Washington Post.
Russia’s now dropping bombs in Syria. What could go wrong? Via The Washington Post.
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