Today’s Rebellion News – January 5th 2013

Nebraska report: Keystone XL pipeline poses “minimal” risks

(Hot Air – Erika Johnsen) *Lead Story*

A ‘real American triumph’: the US shale revolution delivers a much cleaner environment, along with jobs and prosperity

(AEI Ideas – Mark J. Perry) *Must Read*

Georgia’s Broun keeps Ron Paul’s anti-Fed mission alive in new Congress

(The Hill – Peter Schroeder)

Great News: Obama’s Cash for Clunkers Actually Hurt the Environment

(PJ Media – Bryan Preston)

Shocker: Americans Actually Are Realists

(American Interest – Walter Russell Mead)

Most DUers, Kossacks Supportive of Al Gorezeera Hypocrisy

(NewsBusters – P.J. Gladnick)

The positive side of America’s new malaise

(National Post – Conrad Black)

How a Federal Menu-Labeling Law Will Harm American Pizza

(Reason – Baylen Linnekin)

Obama pivots to next budget fight, opens door to deficit reduction

(Washington Times – David Eldridge)

USA- Brand Whatever

(Townhall – John Ransom) *Must Read*

It’s Less Easy Being ‘Green’ as Los Angeles Yanks Plug on Free Parking for Electric Cars

(Wall Street Journal – Hannah Karp)

Outrageous. New EU Poster Puts Hammer and Sickle Above Christian Cross and Other Religious Symbols

(Human Events – Jim Hoft)

Hagel, an Eccentric Choice to Run Defense

(Weekly Standard – Philip Terzian)

Why bankruptcy rules work best when big institutions break down

(Washington Examiner – Michael Barone)

Deal’s hype falls short

(Pittsburgh Review-Tribune – Scott Rasmusson)

85,000 Michigan Food Assistance Card Holders Left Without Funds

(Breitbart – Warner Todd Huston)

Galveston-Style Entitlement Reform Is On The Money

(Investor’s Business Daily – Merrill Matthews)

Drinking for the State

( – Daniel Greenfield)

Cash for Clunkers actually hurt the environment

(American Thinker – Rick Moran)

Two months of arguing over 10 hours of savings

(Orange County Register – Mark Steyn) *Must Read*


White House Plans To Overwhelm NRA With Rapid Victory


(TPM – Benjy Sarlin)

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