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Today’s Rebellion News – March 7th 2016

Bernie slams Hillary’s Wall Street ties, takes heat for opposing auto bailout
(Washington Times – Ben Wolfgang)
*Lead Story*

Senators finally demand accountability from Merit Systems Protection Board
(Hot Air – Jazz Shaw)
*Must Read*

Here Are The 23 Classified Memos Sidney Blumenthal Sent To Hillary Clinton
(Daily Caller – Chuck Ross)

Teachers’ Union President: Hillary Clinton Will Unite, Donald Trump Divides
(Breitbart – Dr. Susan Berry)

Sanders, Clinton: EPA must be held accountable for Flint
(The Hill – Devin Henry)

In California, the Trains Never Run on Time
(American Interest – Henry Zieve Cohen)

WaPo: Clinton Personally Wrote 104 Classified Emails, Contradicting Her Claims
(Townhall – Guy Benson)

How Utah has nearly wiped out homelessness
(Washington Examiner – Joseph Lawler)

Yet Another Good Reason To Abolish The Department Of Education
(Forbes – George Leef)

US GDP per capita by state vs. European countries and Japan, Korea, Mexico and China and some lessons for The Donald
(AEI Ideas – Mark J. Perry)

‘Too low, too slow’: Even state that just raised minimum wage is facing pressure to raise it again
(Watchdog – Eric Boehm)

Joe Biden’s One-Night Hotel Stay in Mexico Cost Taxpayers Over $500,000
(PJ Media – Debra Heine)

Silicon Valley Backing Apple Because ‘fbiOS’ Precedent Would Apply to Them Too
(Reason – Declan McCullagh)

America’s Third Era Of Petroleum Power
(Investor’s Business Daily – Mark P. Mills)

NPR Lets China Lecture America on Democratic Values
(NewsBusters – Tim Graham)

The power of Trump’s call to free America from political correctness
(Christian Science Monitor – Patrik Jonsson)

Rubio’s Puerto Rico Win Could Lift Him in Fla.
(Real Clear Politics – Carl M. Cannon)

Schools add ‘cli-fi’ lit to push climate change
(World Net Daily – Cheryl Chumley)

Google: When Something on the Internet is Free – You’re the Product
(RedState – Seton Motley)

Copyright laws are breaking YouTube. Here’s how to fix the problem.
(The Week – Ryan Cooper)

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