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Today’s Rebellion News – July 27th 2012

Posted by Editor in Chief
July 27th, 2012

Obamacare’s contraception mandate loses in Colorado court

(Daily Caller – Neil Munro) *Lead Story*

Gross Disappointing Product: GDP growth at 1.5 percent

(Human Events –  John Hayward) *Must Read*

CNOOC, Canada and U.S. Policy: Promising Options and Political Stupidity

(American Interest – Walter Russell Mead)

Blocking the Strait of Hormuz

(American Spectator – George H. Wittman)

President Obama Can’t Even Give Away His Big Government Product

(Forbes – Kyle Smith)

Won’t Change a Thing: CNN President Resigns

(Breitbart – John Nolte)

‘Military-Style Weapons’ Function, not cosmetics, should govern gun policy

(National Review – John R. Lott Jr)

Taxpayers Fork Out to Fight Impact of Programs They Subsidize

(CNS News – Eric Scheiner)

All your business are belong to Obama

(Washington Examiner – Conn Carroll)

U.S. crude oil production (ex-Alaska) reaches a 23-year high in June

(AEI Ideas – Mark J. Perry)

Government Playbook: Rename a Previously Rejected Tax, a ‘Green Fee’, and Try Again

(Townhall – Bill Vollono) *Must Read*

US drought: Gasoline prices rise as corn stalks shrivel

(Christian Science Monitor – Ron Scherer)

The Empire Strikes Back

(Wall Street Journal – Charles Hill)

ABC, NBC Mostly Ignore Fracking; CBS Airs 6 Times More Negative Stories

(NewsBusters – Liz Thatcher)

Oregon Man Sentenced to 30 Days in Jail — for Collecting Rainwater on His Property

(CNS News – Kendra Alleyne)

It Can Wait: Obama Admin Reportedly Putting off Costly & Controversial Regs Until After the Election

(The Blaze – Becket Adams)

Popular anti-Taliban movement growing in Afghanistan

(Washington Free Beacon – Bill Gretz)

White House clarifies on Churchill bust

(The Hill – Daniel Strauss)

Federal deficit to reach $1 trillion for fifth straight year

(Washington Times – Stephen Dinan) *Must Read*

Will They Come?

(Energy Tribune – H. Leighton Stewart)

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