Today’s Rebellion News – March 20th 2013

Senate passes stopgap bill to avoid government shutdown

(Washington Examiner – Susan Ferrechio) *Lead Story*

DHS tells Congress it still can’t measure border security

(Washington Times – Stephen Dinan) *Must Read*

Federal employees who don’t pay taxes would be fired under bill that passed committee

(Daily Caller – Alex Pappas)

70% of Highest-Paid Obama White House Staffers Are Men

(CNS News – Michael James)

First Commercial Cellulosic Ethanol Plant in US Goes Bankrupt

(Energy Tribune – Robert Rapier)

Feds Waste $3.8 Million to ‘Decrease Human-Elephant Conflict’

(Breitbart – Warner Todd Huston) *Must Read*

Congressional Report: Obamacare Leads to Skyrocketing Premiums, 200 Percent Possible

(Newsmax – Jim Meyers)

Former Attorney General Urges Probe of Al Jazeera

(Accuracy in Media – Cliff Kincaid)

Cops: U.S. law should require logs of your text messages

(CNET – Declan McCullagh)

Washington Post: ‘Incontrovertible’ Evidence Islamic Law Now Overtaking Rebel-Held Syria

(The Blaze – Erica Ritz)

Obama Scolds ‘Incorrigible’ NBCer Chuck Todd for Asking Too Many Questions About Mideast Failures

(NewsBusters – Kyle Drennen)

NRA mulls suing Colorado over gun bills as state think tank announces suit

(Washington Free Beacon – CJ Ciaramella)

Federally mandated ethanol credits are getting pricier. Consumers, this means you.

(Hot Air – Erika Johnsen)

Austerity! Feds spend $400,000 to study duck genitals

(CNS News – Todd Starnes)

Why the Size of Government Matters

(National Review – Michael Tanner)

The Perpetual Campaign: How Obama’s Left-Wing Partisans Plan to Invade and Destroy Texas

(PJ Media – Bryan Preston)

Assault weapons ban shelved. Background checks next?

(Christian Science Monitor – Peter Grier)

DOD Having It Both Ways on Sequester, Asia-Pacific Rebalance

(Real Clear Defense – Dustin Walker)

Orwellian: Great Britain to Establish “New Press Regulations”

(Townhall – Daniel Doherty)

Federal Reserve Continues QE3, Improves Outlook for Unemployment

(Weekly Standard – Whitney Blake)

US gas rigs have fallen by 75% since 2008 and yet gas production has increased to record high levels

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

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