Today’s Rebellion News – October 31st 2011

Democratic strategy targets Romney as GOP nominee

(Washington Times – Ben Wolfgang) *Lead Story*

Cain campaign accuses Politico of ‘unsubstantiated personal attacks’

(Daily Caller – Alex Pappas) *Must Read*

Government inflated the college loan bubble, but Obama isn’t fixing it

(New York Post – Glenn Harlen Reynolds)

Mitt doesn’t need you, Chris

(Charleston Daily Mail – Don Surber)

For Republicans, Mitt is a marriage of convenience

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

Candidates Mold Economic Teams

(Wall Street Journal – Sara Murray)

A global central bank?

(Pittsburgh Tribune-Review – Shawn Ritenour)

Remembering Bork, and the borkings we’ve endured since

(Atlanta Journal-Constitution – Kyle Wingfield)

Solyndra-style ‘investments’ squander money, trust

(Buffalo News – John Garen)

USDA Predicts Surging Food Prices in Coming Year

(The Blaze – Christopher Santarelli) *Must Read*

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