Posts Tagged ‘Dorothy Rabinowitz’



Today’s Rebellion News – Febuary 3rd 2013

Sunday, February 3rd, 2013

Benghazi, Libya, deteriorating into security nightmare

(Washington Times – Ashish Kumar Sen) *Lead Story*

Editorial pages skewer Bob Menendez over prostitution scandal

(Daily Caller  – David Martosko) *Must Read*

Pro-Choice and Pro-Life

(National Review – Avik Roy)

Court Silences Man Who Painted Protest Sign on His House

(Reason – John K. Ross)

100 years of the income tax

(Human Events – John Hayward)

A Popular Secretary of State, Not a Great One

(Townhall – Jeff Jocaby)

Game of Thrones: Does China Even Want an Alliance with Pakistan?

(American Interest – Walter Russell Mead)

Jim Nantz: College Women’s Soccer Player 2 1/2 Times More Likely to Get Concussion Than Football Player

(NewsBusters – Noel Sheppard) *Must Read*

Top Donors to Republicans Seek More Say in Senate Races

(New York Times – Jeff Zeleny)

Obama’s Organizing For America Initiative Is Another Foray Into Hypocrisy

(PJ Media – Matt Vespa)

Grade disparities favoring girls start in kindergarten, and they have profound, long-term effects that can last a lifetime

(AEI Ideas – Mark J. Perry)

Ronald Reagan Would Not Be Fooled By Today’s Presumptions of Low Inflation

(Forbes – John Tammy)

Are Postal Workers Immune to Traffic Regulations? One Lawyer Thinks So

(The Blaze – Mytheos Holt)

Obama Causing Double Dip Recession

(Money News – Dick Morris)

Hess to close last refinery in New Jersey

(Hot Air – Jazz Shaw)

Chuck Hagel’s Defenseless Performance

(Wall Street Journal – Dorothy Rabinowitz)

Steve King Is No Wallflower

(National Review – Katrina Trinko)

Energy Dept. Last Week: ‘Super Bowl City Leads on Energy Efficient Forefront’

(Weekly Standard – Daniel Halper)

Overreliance on Entitlements Harms U.S.

(Family Security Matters – Star Parker) *Must Read*

‘One down, one to go’: After penny killed off, NDP MP Pat Martin sets sights on nickel

(National Post – Natalie Stechyson)

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Today’s Rebellion News – February 24th 2012

Friday, February 24th, 2012

LightSquared CEO made curious max donation to DNC while seeking White House audience

(Daily Caller – Matthew Boyle) *Lead Story*

Green company gets $390M subsidies, lays off 125

(Washington Examiner – Joel Gehrke)

Twisting LAPD Impound Policy to Favor Illegals

(PJ Media – Jack Dunphy)

Solyndra abandons efforts to go clean and green, Environmental mess left at plant

(Washington Times – Jim McElhatton) *Must Read*

Geithner: Hey, who’s up for tapping the Strategic Petroleum Reserve?

(Hot Air – Ed Morrissey)

Talk of a Ron Paul-Mitt Romney alliance won’t go away

(Los Angeles Times – Michael A. Memoli)

Democrats Are Praying for a Santorum Nomination

(Wall Street Journal – Dorothy Rabinowitz)

Canadian Man shocked by arrest after daughter draws picture of gun at school

(The Record – Dianna Wood)

Sabato: Romney Suffers McCain Hangover

(Newsmax – Paul Scicchitano and Ashley Martella)

US Judge rules Muslims have a right to assault people who offend them

(Human Events – John Hayward) *Must Read*

The Methanol Alternative to Gasoline

(New York Times – Tom Ridge and Mary E. Peters)

Expecting the Unexpected

(American Spectator – Robert Stacy McCain)

Is taking DNA a reasonable search? US judges uphold California law.

(Christian Science Monitor – Warren Richey)

Government Is a Lousy Venture Capitalist

(The American – Kenneth P. Green)

US Department of Transportation Secretary Should Know Something About Transportation

(Reason Foundation – Baruch Feigenbaum)

Koran riots prove it’s time to quit Afghanistan

(National Post – Lorne Gunter)

DC Resident Fined $2000 For Not Recycling Cat Litter

(Townhall – Helen Whalen)

What North Dakota Knows that California Doesn’t

(City Journal – Brian Calle)

This Chart of America’s Per Capita Debt Should Worry You

(The Blaze – Becket Adams) *Must Read*

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