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Today’s Rebellion News – May 22nd 2012

Bad timing for LOST, Another foreign policy battle in the presidential election

(Washington Times – Frank J. Gaffney Jr) *Lead Story*

Probe finds ‘flood’ of fake military parts from China in U.S. equipment

(CNN – Larry Shaughnessy) *Must Read*

Herman Cain’s Path To A 21st Century Gold Standard

(Forbes – Charles Kadlec)

Catholic Church Unleashes Legal Armageddon On Obama Administration, So Media Ignore And Distort The News

(CNS News – L Brent Bozell)

White House officials shaped pending bin Laden movie

(Daily Caller – Neil Munro)

Dr. Orwell Will See You Now

(PJ Media – Paul Hsieh)

Romney Is About to Make Bush’s Health-Care Blunder

(Bloomberg – Ramesh Ponnuru)

Is Congress broken? Startup Act shows what can work.

(Christian Science Monitor – David Grant)

Let’s not confuse reading levels and intelligent ideas

(Human Events – David Harsanyi)

Are Government’s ‘Strategic Communications’ Coming to American Airwaves?

(Townhall – Rachel Marsden)

Left’s Anti-Limbaugh Tactics

(Accuracy in Academia – Sara Cummings)

Federal judges enjoy taxpayer-funded junkets, too

(Washington Examiner – Susan Ferrechio)

Mitt’s Mistake

(American Spectator – Jeffrey Lord)

New Way to Sort Money Lengthens Lifespan of Bills

(Wall Street Journal – Kristina Peterson)

Shock Poll: 51% of Voters Want US Troops Out of Europe

(American Interest – Walter Russell Mead)

Obama bundler’s husband has received more than a billion in DOE solar loans

(Washington Free Beacon – Patrick Howley)

New Bio Reveals Former CBS Anchor Walter Cronkite Far More Biased Than Widely Believed

(NewsBusters – Matthew Sheffield)

DEA Wants to Track Your License Plate, and You May Already Be Tagged!

( – J.D. Tuccile) *Must Read*

Consider California, Illinois EU-Style Failed States

(Investor’s Business Daily – Howard Rich)

Businesses Need More than Bread and Circuses

(Washington Policy Center – Erin Shannon)

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Today’s Rebellion News – January 23rd 2012

Romney looks to rally in Florida

(Washington Times – Paige Winfield Cunningham) *Lead Story*

Gingrich win shows collapse of GOP establishment

(Washington Examiner – Timothy P. Carney) *Must Read*

Santorum pitches himself in Florida by highlighting tough stance on Iran

(Daily Caller – Jamie Weinstein)

Skipping Florida smart for Ron Paul

(Tampa Bay Times – Adam C. Smith)

GOP Race Is Now a Tossup and the race will not end quickly.

(PJ Media – Rich Baehr)

Dodd’s Disgrace: Shilling For SOPA

(Hartford Courant – Colin McEnroe) *Must Read*

The Great Renewable Energy Scam: Is There A Change In The Wind?

(Forbes – Patrick Michaels)

Globalization: Survival of the phoniest

(Human Events – Rachel Marsden)

America overcomes the debt crisis as Britain sinks deeper into the swamp

(Daily Telegraph UK – Ambrose Evans-Pritchard)

Snapshot of a Creative Destruction

(The American – John Steele Gordon) *Must Read*

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Today’s Rebellion News – November 21st 2011

Deficit panel down; time almost up

(Washington Times – Sean Lengell) *Lead Story*

Softly, Softly: Beijing Turns Other Cheek — For Now

(American Interest – Walter Russell Mead) *Must Read*

Are Tent Cities Free Speech?

(Wall Street Journal – L. Gordon Crovitz)

The banality of detachment

(Pittsburgh Tribune-Review – Ralph R. Reiland)

College tuition guarantee in the works for Buffalo

(Buffalo News – Mary B. Pasciak) *Must Read*

Kicking our spending habit

(Boston Globe – Jeff Jacoby)

U.S. and Europe Threaten Their Own Energy Independence

(Human Events – Rachel Marsden)

The Farm Policy End-Run

(American Thinker – Jerry Shenk)

Steven Chu – brainiac was clueless on Solyndra

(San Francisco Chronicle – Debra J. Saunders)

The BBC’s hidden ‘warmist’ agenda is rapidly unravelling

(Daily Telegraph UK – Christopher Booker)

Occupy Wall Street protesters stay at $700-a-night hotel

(New York Post – Candice M. Giove) *Must Read*

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Today’s Rebellion News – October 23rd 2011

Goldman Sachs Sends Its Regrets to This Awkward Dinner Invitation

(Wall Street Journal – Robert Frank) *Lead Story*

Public cools to global warming alarmism

(Washington Examiner – Michael Barone) *Must Read*

Flat-tax a gamble for Perry, Cain?

(Hot Air – Ed Morrissey)

No joke, our money going to Finland

(Detroit News – Paul W. Smith)

Rick Perry’s flat tax plan — simple as 1-2-3

(Daily Caller – Bob Barr) *Must Read*

California becomes first state to adopt cap-and-trade program

(Los Angeles Times – Julie Cart)

The New American Standard of Living

(Daily Reckoning – Bill Bonner)

Army’s Energy Awareness Month: Obama Outsourced Leadership, and Oil, in Libya War

(Human Events – Rachel Marsden)

Dreaming of a Unified Korea?

(American Interest – Walter Russell Mead)

Romney Going for Quick Kill of Perry

(National Journal – Jim O’Sullivan)

Feds approve BP’s offshore drilling plan

(Fuel Fix – Jennifer A. Dlouhy) *Must Read*

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Today’s Rebellion News – October 17th 2011

Solyndra won’t talk about its contracts

(Washington Times – Jim McElhatton) *Lead Story*

The Exasperation of the Democratic Billionaire

(Wall Street Journal – James Freeman) *Must Read*

Occupy Wall Street protesters have amassed $230,000 and supplies

(New York Post – Melissa Klein, Jennifer Bain, and Aaron Feis)

Why Every American Should Care About the French Presidential Race

(Human Events – Rachel Marsden)

Big Gov’t vs. Big Biz in 2012

(Detroit News – Nolan Finley)

Americans shouldn’t be cheerleaders for GE

(Washington Examiner – Timothy P. Carney) *Must Read*

The media ignores government’s infringements on property rights

(Daily Caller – Jack Hunter)

Barack Obama, drug warrior

(San Francisco Chronicle – Debra J. Saunders)

Government’s take on profits & ‘fairness’

(Pittsburgh Tribune-Review – Ralph R. Reiland)

Hello Cheap Energy, Hello Brave New World

(Forbes – Mark Gibbs) *Must Read*

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