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Posts Tagged ‘Bill Gertz’

Today’s Rebellion News – December 5th 2012

Posted by Editor in Chief
December 5th, 2012

Court casts doubt on Obama’s recess appointments

(Washington Times – Stephen Dinan) *Lead Story*

Surprise: McConnell Offers Vote on Obama/Geithner Fiscal Cliff Plan, Reid Objects

(Townhall – Guy Benson) *Must Read*

Exposing Washington’s Dishonest Budget Math

( – Daniel Mitchell)

Higher tax rates won’t support entitlement state

(Human Events – Michael Barone)

Federal Government Loses Big in Supreme Court Property Rights Case

(Reason – Damon A. Root)

New GOP Committee Chair Open to Gas Tax Hike

(Breitbart – Mike Flynn)

Your federal tax dollars are being used to prepare for the zombie apocalypse

(Washington Examiner – Sean Higgins) *Must Read*

The Everyday Absurdities of the TSA

(Daily Reckoning – Douglas French)

Louisiana Gets Biggest Manufacturing Investment in State History

(American Interest – Walter Russell Mead)

Twitter: White House ‘Similar’ to WaPo, Andrew Sullivan, Paul Krugman, NBC, and Chris Cuomo

(Weekly Standard – Daniel Halper)

ObamaCare: 21 States Reject Exchanges On Cost, Rules

(Investor’s Business Daily – David Hogberg)

Jeremy Grantham, Starving for Facts

(The American – Vaclav Smil)

How Romney Was Out-Organized by Obama

(Accuracy In Media – Cliff Kincaid)

Fox News Puts Karl Rove on the Bench

(New York Magazine – Gabriel Sherman)

Republicans Can’t Govern Because They Hate Government, Bill Press and Guest Airily Agree

(NewsBusters – Jack Coleman)

Why Dick Armey resigned from his tea party organization

(Daily Caller – Alex Pappas)

Former officials: CIA politicized intelligence on Benghazi

(Washington Free Beacon – Bill Gertz)

House approves resolution to keep Internet control out of UN hands

(The Hill – Pete Kasperowicz)

NSA Whistleblower Explains Chilling Interview: ‘Everyone in the U.S. Is Under Virtual Surveillance’

(The Blaze – Erica Ritz) *Must Read*

U.N. summit votes to support Internet eavesdropping

(CNET – Declan McCullagh)

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