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Today’s Rebellion News – May 25th 2013

Posted by Editor in Chief
May 25th, 2013

Detroit Pension Fund Managers Hit the Beaches in Hawaii

(PJ Media – Rick Moran) *Lead Story*

Infiltration? The Alarming Details Surrounding Alleged Hezbollah Member’s Arrest in Texas

(The Blaze – Jason Howerton) *Must Read*

Congress expands investigation into alleged ethics violations of HHS secretary

(Washington Free Beacon – Alana Goodman)

Liberal Guest Accuses MSNBC Analyst of Echoing ‘Talking Points From the White House’

(NewsBusters – Noel Sheppard)

McKinsey report: 12 disruptive technologies that will transform life, business, and the global economy

(AEI Ideas – Mark J. Perry) *Must Read*

Menendez – Looks like we don’t have the votes for that immigration bill after all

(Hot Air – Jazz Shaw)

Columbia J-School dean: ‘Obama administration is taking it a little bit far’

(Daily Caller – Jeff Poor)

‘Your papers, please’ must never be heard in America

(Washington Times – Sen. Rand Paul)

Zogby’s Obama report card: President loses his reelection mandate

(Washington Examiner – Paul Bedard)

Even Politicians Tire of Failure-Prone, Freedom-Threatening Fusion Centers

(Reason – J.D. Tuccille)

‘Alice in Wonderland’ coercion

(Human Events – George Will)

Former Abortion Doctor Tells Congress to Ban Them

(Townhall – Leah Barkoukis)

Sweden’s Blue Model Blues

(American Interest – Walter Russell Mead)

How Prosecutors Fought to Keep Rosen’s Warrant Secret

(New Yorker – Ryan Lizza) *Must Read*

Enough With the Bipartisanship

(American Spectator – Matt Purple)

Vitter trades fire with ‘Obama phone’ firm

(The Hill – Brendan Sasso)

Excitement grows for another South Texas shale

(Fuel Fix – Jennifer Hiller)

Independent Community Bankers: US Must End Too Big to Fail

(Money News – Michael Kling)

Our Honored Dead

(Canada Free Press – Alan Caruba)

Barack Obama’s Scandals Confirm That He’s Not A CEO

(Forbes – Carl Schramm)

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