Today’s Rebellion News – October 3rd 2012

On debate eve, Romney-Obama race tightens on new Rove Electoral Map

(Investor’s Business Daily – Andrew Malcolm) *Lead Story*

EU looks to extend emissions tax to international shipping

(Daily Caller – Michael Bastasch) *Must Read*

The polling impact of every U.S. presidential debate, all in one graphic

(AEI Ideas – James Pethokoukis)

McCain: White House can’t ‘buy off’ defense contractors

(Washington Times – Susan Crabtree)

China Escalates Economic War on Japan

(American Interest – Walter Russell Mead)

The Unraveling Of Obamacare

(Forbes – Scott W. Atlas, M.D.)

In Case You Missed It, Romney Proposed Some Specific Tax Policy Ideas This Week

(The Blaze – Becket Adams)

Poll: Most voters are unfamiliar with Solyndra

(Hot Air – Erika Johnsen) *Must Read*

EPA execs use secret email addresses to skirt FOIA, suit alleges

(Washington Free Beacon – CJ Ciaramella)

Of Wine and Watermelons: USDA Touts the $55M Spent to Benefit ‘Specialty Crops’

(CNS News – Patrick Burke)

WaPo Reporter Finds Memo Warning of Attack Loose in US Libya Consulate

(PJ Media – Bryan Preston)

Katie Pavlich on Obama’s Lies and Cover-up of Fast and Furious

(Accuracy in Media – Roger Aronoff)

Unlike NBC, ABC’s Jake Tapper Highlights Reverend Wright in New Video

(NewsBusters – Scott Whitlock)

Claim: Obama Campaign Staff Impersonating Election Officials in Florida

(Breitbart – Mike Flynn)

Public School Teacher Who Hired Hitman to Kill Colleague Should Have Been Fired 10 Years Ago

(Reason – Mike Riggs)

Riots break out in Iran as currency loses 40% of its value in a week

(National Post – Yeganeh Torbati and Marcus George)

IG blasts ‘lax’ VA spending, top official resigns

(Washington Examiner – Mark Flatten)

Personal freedom tied to economic freedom

(Human Events – Mark LaRochelle)

Homeland Security ‘fusion’ centers spy on citizens, produce ‘shoddy’ work, report says

(NBC News – Michael Isikoff)

Capital Gains Taxes

(American Spectator – Thomas Sowell)

Will swing states pressure the presidential candidates for a pension bailout?

(Illinois Policy Institute – Jonathan Ingram) *Must Read*

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