Today’s Rebellion News – January 17th 2012

New space-arms control initiative draws concern, Critics say military activities will be compromised

(Washington Times – Bill Gertz) *Lead Story*

Congress returns, renews fight over spending

(Washington Examiner – Susan Ferrechio) *Must Read*

GOP Race Intensifies

(Wall Street Journal – Carole E. Lee and Danny Yadron)

SOPA and PROTECT-IP: A Line-By-Line Analysis of the Bills We Must Kill

(PJ Media – Bill Reader)

CAIR and ACLU: Court Blocks Anti-Sharia Law in Oklahoma

(Family Security Matters – Jim Kouri) *Must Read*

Why Is Andrew Sullivan So Dumb?

(Big Government – Joel B. Pollak)

Huntsman’s Improbable Campaign Never Improbable Enough to Work

(National Journal – Beth Reinhard)

The 5 Weirdest Sales Taxes We Could Find

(Business Insider – Brian O’Connell)

Lots of mileage in naming roads

(Human Events – Steven Greenhut)

In New Hampshire, a Real Budget

(National Review – Deroy Murdock)

Schools ‘spy’ on fat kids, Monitors raise privacy fear

(New York Post – Mary Kay Linge)

Martin Luther King, Jr. and the decline in what younger generations know about him

(Christian Science Monitor – Daniel B. Wood)

1% Elizabeth Warren can’t have it both ways

(Boston Herald – Holly Robichaud)

US and Iran inch closer to conflict

(The Hill – Jeremy Herb)

Time For More Eurofudge?

(American Interest – Walter Russell Mead)

TSA to test its airport scanner operators for radiation exposure

(Los Angeles Time – Hugh Martin) *Must Read*

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