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Today’s Rebellion News – August 30th 2012

Government Motors opened plant in China four months after closing plant in Wisconsin

(Washington Free Beacon – Bill McMorris) *Lead Story*

PolitiFact bias: Does the GOP tell nine times more lies than left? Really?

(Human Events – Jon Cassidy) *Must Read*

Romney: Election about jobs, Obama failures; will promise to help families

(Washington Times – Stephen Dinan)

Yes, Paul Ryan Spoke the Truth About Obama’s Fiscal Record at the Republican Convention

(Forbes – Avik Roy)

Shifting demographics may explain the ‘hollowing out’ of the middle class

(AEI Ideas – Mark J. Perry)

What’s behind the China – Japan island dispute?

(Christian Science Monitor – Donald Kirk)

The Green War on the Poor

(National Review – Robert Zubrin)

Mideast policy shattered

(Orange County Register – Victor Davis Hanson)

Illinois Bonds Downgraded over Pension Crisis

(American Interest – Walter Russell Mead)

Good for Wisconsin, Good for America

(PJ Media – Lewis Krisberg)

Can Dr. No’s Supporters Take Yes for An Answer?

(American Spectator – W. James Antle, III)

Alabama Cop Roughs Up Disabled Woman for Taking Pictures at a High School Football Game

(Reason – Mike Riggs) *Must Read*

Romney Wants to End Federal Funding of Public TV

(Accuracy In Media – Cliff Kincaid)

Agencies resist Congress on conference spending

(Washington Examiner – Mark Flatten)

The Gold Standard Goes Mainstream

(Wall Street Journal – Seth Lipsky)

Paul Ryan’s Speech: Too Much Debt, Not Enough Growth

(Townhall – Larry Kudlow)

Money: West vs. East

(Energy Tribune – Steve H. Hanke)

Man With Concealed Handgun License Stops Vicious Stabbing Outside Texas School

(The Blaze – Jason Howerton) *Must Read*

Our Ever-Shrinking Lexicon

(American Thinker – Carol Brown)

The rich don’t pay enough?

(Pittsburgh Tribune-Review – Walter Williams)

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