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Today’s Rebellion News – September 25th 2014

obama-holder-resignationjpeg-069b2_c0-176-4200-2624_s561x327Eric Holder announces resignation: ‘Pretty good run’
(Washington Times – Dave Boyer)
*Lead Story*

Once terrorist recruiting tools, battlefield images now celebrated by the government
(Hot Air – Noah Rothman)
* Must Read*

Inversion Crackdown Dodges Real Job Opportunities
(The American – Alex Brill)

WebMD received $14M to promote ObamaCare
(The Hill – Sarah Ferris)

Climate Rhetoric vs. Reality
(National Review – Robert Bryce)

Regulators Cast Loose Net For Biased Auto Lenders
(Investor’s Business Daily – Paul Sperry)

When Journalists Commit Domestic Violence
(American Spectator – Jeffrey Lord)

People With Bad Credit Can Buy Cars, But They Are Tracked And Have Remote-Kill Switches
(Forbes – Kashmir Hill)

Shark Meat In, Chicken Fingers Out for School Lunches
( Washington Free Beacon – Elizabeth Harrington)

Japan and China Open Dialogue on Maritime Tensions
(American Interest – Walter Russell Mead)

State, local laws force public employees to pay labor unions
(Human Events – Jason Hart)

Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry’s Sister on Timing of Holder Resignation: “Not a Coincidence”
(Townhall- Katie Pavlich)
*Must Read*

Postal Service ordered to hire 9,000 more people
(Washington Examiner – Sean Higgins)

Slavery in the Digital Age
(Daily Reckoning – Ray Blanco)

Why Are Clinton Aides Following Reporters to the Bathroom?
(PJ Media – Bryan Preston)

Colorado Springs School District Votes to Opt Out of Common Core Testing
(Breitbart – Dr. Susan Berry)

Activists Named By Rush Admit to Targeting Advertisers, Some Working with Other ‘Volunteers’ to ‘Stop Rush’
( NS News – Michael W. Chapman )

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Today’s Rebellion News – April 22nd 2014

ap120307015442_s160x121Supreme Court upholds Mich. affirmative action ban
(Washington Times – Tom Howell Jr.)
*Lead Story*


Professor Tells Students to Hate Republicans
(PJ Media – Bryan Preston)
*Must Read*

Clarence Thomas vs. Antonin Scalia on 4th Amendment and ‘Reasonable Suspicion’
(Reason – Damon Root)

Survey: 91 Percent of Parents Approve of Louisiana School Choice Program
(Washington Free Beacon – Elizabeth Harrington)

Four Counties in Alabama Have More Registered Voters than Adult Residents
(Townhall – Christine Rousselle)

Sen. Flake agrees with Jeb Bush: Illegal immigration is an ‘act of love’
(Human Events – John Hayward)

Obamacare exchange asks for fee on all insurance policies
(Daily Caller – Greg Campbell)

Media Matters refused SEIU’s effort to organize its staff
(Washington Examiner – Sean Higgins)

pic_giant_042214_SM_Paul-Krugmans-Solar-DelusionsSolar’s getting cheaper, but it can never be a big reducer of carbon emissions.
(National Review – Robert Bryce)
*Must Read*

TV Hosts Ignore Claire Shipman’s Marriage to Obama Press Secretary Jay Carney 75% of the Time
(NewsBusters – Jeffrey Meyer)

The FDA Needs To Move Faster On Safe Drug Approval
(Investor’s Business Daily – Merrill Matthews)

Obama goes stag to Asia, and Japanese don’t like it
(Christian Science Monitor – Howard LaFranchi)

General Motors seeks more protection from lawsuits
(Detroit News – Melissa Burden)

Sex Abuse and the Hollywood Hierarchy
(American Interest – Walter Russell Mead)

BuzzFeed Politics Goes Full-Media Matters Against GOP
(Big Journalism – John Nolte)

Deputy Says She Snatched Two Cellphones and Detained Former Marine After He Got ‘Aggressive’ — But the Video Tells a Different Story
(The Blaze – Jason Howerton)

John Bolton: I Won’t Rule Out Run For President in 2016
(Newsmax – Bill Hoffmann)

Energy fact of the day: As a separate nation, Texas moved up two spots and as is now No. 8 in the world for oil production
(AEI Ideas – Mark J. Perry)

Supreme Court Conflicted on Legality of Aereo Online Video Service
(Wall Street Journal – Brent Kendall)

Feds to Award $1 Million for Contraception, Sterilization of Wild Horses, Burros
(CNS News – Melanie Hunter)

The New American Fascism, It’s time to name the perpetrators.
(American Spectator – Jeffrey Lord)

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Today’s Rebellion News – December 30th 2013

Obamacare supervisor retires, second official to leave since shaky rollout

(Washington Times – Tom Howell Jr.) *Lead Story*

NY SAFE Act Results in Almost 1,200 Felonies for Gun Owners

(Townhall – Cortney O’Brien) *Must Read*

Oakland, CA Police Will Build City-Wide “Spy Center” With Surveillance Cameras, Maybe Drones

(Reason – Jess Remington)

Under the bus: Union-backed group turning America’s West blue

(Human Events – Dustin Hurst and Shelby Sebens)

The current state of the US economy explained in one chart

(AEI Ideas – Mark J. Perry)

No drugs necessary: Driver arrested for having empty compartment

(Daily Caller – Robby Soave)

New York Times report contradicts top Intel Dems on Benghazi

(Washington Times – Susan Crabtree and Tim Mak)

Rangel: ‘Cult-Type’ Tea Party Has ‘Illness’ to Campaign on Repeal

(CNS News – Eric Scheiner) *Must Read*

Daily Beast: Lack of Meetings Between Obama, Sebelius ‘Frightening’

(Breitbart – Tony Lee)

U.S. can still beat China back to moon: Column

(USA Today – Mark Whittington)

MSNBC Panel’s Odd Reaction to Picture of Romney’s Black Adopted Grandson

(The Blaze – Becket Adams)

After Attacks, Administration Offers to Help Russia Counter ‘Folks Who Want to Cause Mischief’

(PJ Media – Bridget Johnson)

The Latest Biofuel Nonsense: Jatropha

(National Review – Robert Bryce)

‘Happy Birthday, Chairman Mao’ — From CNBC and the New York Times

(NewsBusters – Tom Blumer)

NSA Hackers Get the ‘Ungettable’ With Rich Catalog of Custom Tools

(Wired – Kim Zetter)

Minimum wage hikes in 14 states, but most fall short of Obama’s goal

(Christian Science Monitor – Mark Trumball)

ACLU sues to get info on NSA surveillance

(The Hill – Kate Tummarello)

State Dept. Whistleblower’s Emails Destroyed by Hacker+

(Newsmax – Drew MacKenzie)

GM Loses China Car Crown, But That’s Not The Big Story

(Forbes – Gordon G. Chang)

‘There was a huge fireball’: Train carrying crude oil explodes after derailing in North Dakota

(National Post/AP – Dave Kolpack) *Must Read*

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Today’s Rebellion News – December 19th 2013

White House says it’s open to 45 of panel’s proposed 46 NSA changes

(Washington Times – Ben Wolfgang) *Lead Story*

Paglia: Duck Dynasty uproar ‘utterly fascist, utterly Stalinist’

(Daily Caller – Caroline May) *Must Read*

Let’s not have any reality in our reality television, please

(Hot Air – Ed Morrissey)

U.S. Will Spend $3.35M to ‘Improve the Quality of Media Content’–In Armenia

(CNS News – Barbara Hollingsworth)

Georgia School District Equipping Resource Officers with AR-15s

(Breitbart – AWR Hawkins) *Must Read*

Hagel Calls Chinese Naval Action ‘Irresponsible’

(Washington Free Beacon – Bill Gertz)

Vermont town sees loophole to push gun control

(Human Events – Jon Street)

DHS Complicit in Cartel Human Trafficking of Minors to Illegals Living in the United States

(Townhall – Katie Pavlich)

U.S. Loses Multibillion-Dollar Contract Because of Administration Spying

(PJ Media – Bridget Johnson)

Higher Education’s Internet Revolution

(The American – Edward Tenner)

NYC Council Bans Public Vaping Because It Looks Too Much Like Smoking

(Reason – Jacob Sullum)

How the IRS Could Chill Political Speech by Redefining the Word ‘Candidate’

(The Blaze – Fred Lucas)

Reddit Bans Climate Change Skepticism, Urges Media to Follow

(NewsBusters – Sean Long)

Even Republicans praise incoming Democratic Finance Chairman Ron Wyden

(Washington Examiner – David M. Drucker)

Charter Mania Hits Detroit

(American Interest – Walter Russell Mead)

Amid Obamacare’s Implosion, Obama Peddles Another Expensive, Defective Product

(Forbes – Louis Woodhill)

Report: Crop insurance over-subsidized by taxpayers

(The Hill – Peter Sullivan)

Gun-rights rally against Scott Brown gets rejection from city of Nashua; protesters say event will go on

(Nashua Telegraph – Kevin Landrigan)

Don’t Tread on My Light Bulbs

(National Review – Robert Bryce)

India and US: Nanny furor highlights ugly things about both sides

(Christian Science Monitor – Ben Arnoldy)

Where the U.S. saw rosy democratic futures, ex-Soviet lands now see gloom

(Investor’s Business Daily – Andrew Malcolm) *Must Read*

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Today’s Rebellion News – November 14th 2013

Obama retreats on Obamacare, allows existing low-cost policies to continue

(Daily Caller – Neil Munro) *Lead Story*

On health care, a defiant Obama vows to ‘see this through’

(Washington Times – Ben Wolfgang) *Must Read*

Obama’s Insurance ‘Fix’ Is Unconstitutional

(Breitbart – Ken Klukowski)

There is no ‘fix’ for ObamaCare

(Human Events – John Hayward)

GAO knocks Federal Reserve for failing to implement rules to prevent bailouts

(Washington Examiner – Joseph Lawler)

Big Ethanol is just not having a good week

(Hot Air – Erika Johnsen)

Dept. of Education Spent $20.3 Million on 10 Equity Centers To Fight the ‘Isms’

(CNS News – James Beattie) *Must Read*

Santa Fe mayor backs ‘civil disobedience’ to stop Keystone Pipeline

(Washington Free Beacon – Lachlan Markay)

The Four Charges in Holder’s Articles of Impeachment

(PJ Media – Bridget Johnson)

CBS’s Major Garrett Grills President on ObamaCare Debacle: Where’s the Accountability?

(NewsBusters – Scott Whitlock)

Shale Propels US Past Another Energy Milestone

(American Interest – Walter Russell Mead)

Feds’ Pursuit of Polygraph Cheaters Leads to Sharing of Personal Data of Thousands of People

(Reason – Scott Shackford)

8 More Coal-Fired Power Plants Set to Close

(Townhall – Heather Ginsberg)

Amtrak Serving Free Wine to Steak Loses Millions on Food

(Bloomberg – Jeff Plungis and Alan Levin)

Chastened by Iraq A new GOP foreign policy rises from the ashes.

(American Spectator – Matt Purple)

Under Obama, U.S. No Longer Commands Global Order

(Investor Business Daily – Victor Davis Hanson)

Google transparency report curiously opaque, thanks to FBI gag order

(Christian Science Monitor – Fabien Tepper)

OPEC Is Yesterday’s News

(National Review – Robert Bryce)

The Unbearable Lightness of the Climate Change Industrial Complex

(The American – Benjamin Zycher)

Harper government open to mini-trade war to battle U.S. protectionism

(National Post – John Ivison)

8 Years Later, Google’s Book Scanning Crusade Ruled ‘Fair Use’

(Wired – Cade Metz) *Must Read*

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