Today’s Rebellion News – November 24th 2012

With Regret, State Dep’t. Calls Off Conference on Ridding Middle East of WMD

(CNS News – Susan Jones) *Lead Story*

Why Orca is innocent, and no one wants to talk about it

(Daily Caller – Christopher Bedford) *Must Read*

After fiscal cliff comes fiscal avalanche

(Washington Times – Sen. Mike Lee)

House to vote on revised STEM jobs bill

(Hot Air – Jazz Shaw)

Superstorm Sandy Victims Get Hit With Power Bills for Blackout

(Newsmax – Sandy Fitzgerald)

Nations prepare to update treaty that could reshape the Internet

(The Hill – Jennifer Martinez)

Jurors Find Conservative Professor was Discriminated Against for Political Views

(PJ Media – Rick Moran)

Israel’s Iron Dome exposes misguided US missile defense

(Human Events – Robert Maginnis)

Petraeus’s judgment and Clapper’s obtuseness testify to America’s problems.

(National Review – Mark Steyn) *Must Read*

Are Japan’s Lost Decades About To End?

(American Interest – Walter Russell Mead)

Polls offer little guidance for politicians tackling ‘fiscal cliff’

(Washington Post – Rosalind S. Helderman and Scott Clement)

Knowns and Economic Unknowns

(Weekly Standard – Irwin M. Stelzer)

Breitbart: More People on Food Stamps Than Populations of 24 States Combined

(Townhall – Leah Barkoukis)

The US has imposed protective shoe tariffs on Americans for decades, even with no domestic shoe industry to protect

(AEI Ideas – Mark J. Perry)

In States, Americans Seem To Prefer One-Party Government

(Investor’s Business Daily – Michael Barone)

No Apology for American Greatness

(Family Security Matter – Peter Brookes)

Illinois to small business: ‘Shut up and pay your taxes’

(Illinois Policy Center – Scott Reeder)

Canada’s organic food certification system ‘little more than an extortion racket,’ report says

(National Post – Adrian Humphreys)

On its current trajectory, America will look like France or Greece before long.

(Wall Street Journal – Pete Du Pont) *Must Read*

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