Today’s Rebellion News – January 21st 2013

Obama urges nation to seize moment on big issues

(Washington Times – Dave Boyer) *Lead Story*

Obama’s speech lauds government, dismisses opponents

(Daily Caller – Neil Munro) *Must Read*

The stale claim that 40 percent of gun sales lack background checks

(Washington Post – Glenn Kessler)

Government Will Lose the War on Piracy

(Daily Reckoning – Jeffrey Tucker)

Trampling on People, Environment, Science & Ethics

(Family Security Matters – Paul Drissen)

Sen. McConnell: I Will Stop Obama’s Gun Grab

(Breitbart – AWR Hawkins)

Of ‘Collective Action’ and ‘Hope and Resolve’: Term No. 2 Begins

(PJ Media – Bridget Johnson)

As D.C. parties, Iran marks Obama’s inauguration by prosecuting American pastor

(Washington Examiner – Joel Gehrke)

Giddy CNN Correspondent: ‘I Feel Like I Should Pinch Myself Right Now’

(NewsBusters – Matt Hadro)

DC to Paris: Don’t Count on Uncle Sugar for the Mali Bill

(American Interest – Walter Russell Mead) *Must Read*

With ObamaCare’s Repeal Blocked, Congress Works To Dismantle And Defund It

(Forbes – Grace Marie-Turner)

Algerian bloodbath: 23 hostages killed, death toll continues to rise

(Human Events – John Hayward)

Department of Education’s biased reporting on gender equity

(AEI Ideas – Mark J. Perry)

Once a Critic of Deficits, Obama Now Goes for Broke

(Townhall – Byron York)

Paul Ryan Booed at Inauguration

(Weekly Standard – Daniel Halper)

Liberals like Paul Krugman are blissfully ignoring the risks of our rising debt.

(National Review – James Pethokoukis)

The president reached out to Democratic interest groups. Republicans? Not so much

(Wall Street Journal – Fred Barnes)

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice Joins CBS News

(The Blaze – Erica Ritz)

The FDA’s Pathetic Food Safety Proposal

(Reason – Baylen Linnekin)

P.C. Police run amok at Montclair

(Star-Ledger – Paul Mulshine)

This Simple Ship Could Let the Chinese Navy Circle the Globe

(Wired – David Axe) *Must Read*

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