Today’s Rebellion News – June 10th 2012

Pentagon weapon systems can survive spending cuts

(Washington Times – Rowan Scarborough) *Lead Story*

The Bill Is $50, No — Wait — $125 Billion (and Counting) for Spanish Banks

(PJ Media – David P. Goldman)

Big Government as the rival and enemy of religion

(Washington Examiner – Timothy P. Carney) *Must Read*

The nanny state infects the Peach State

(Daily Caller – Bob Barr)

Greater Depression Looming?

(Family Security Matter – Tom McLaughlin)

Dagnabit, This Town Is Fed Up With Cursing

(Wall Street Journal – Jennifer Levitz)

Beck Renews His Radio Deal

(New York Times – Brian Stelter)

Seriously? Denver Neighborhood Wants to Ban ‘Distracting’ & ‘Offensive’ Sidewalk Chalk

(The Blaze – Becket Adams)

Obama’s love affair with government

(Washington Post – Jennifer Rubin)

NY Principal Pulls Patriotic Song, Wants to Avoid Offending Other Cultures

(Newsmax – Paul Scicchitano) *Must Read*

US legacy in Afghanistan: What 11 years of war has accomplished

(Christian Science Monitor – Scott Baldauf)

China Tries to Rescue the Economy, Depositors May Say “No”

(Forbes – Gordon G. Chang)

The end is near for public-sector unions

(Boston Globe – Jeff Jacoby)

Bernanke’s still ready to Spend

(New York Post – Terry Keenan)

The Second-Rate City?

(City Journal – Aaron M. Renn)

Looking to Get Ahead? China Doesn’t Want You

(Business Week – Christopher Beam)

Suddenly, Many Ways For Romney to Reach 270 Electoral Votes

(Breitbart – Joel B. Pollak)

Conservative women of Denver are tired of traditional campaigns

(Human Events – Jessica Peck)

Self-insured firms send patients packing to cut treatment costs

(Detroit News – Melissa Burden)

Find someone to blame, then tax them

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

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