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US Politics 7/15: Ex-Clinton fundraiser Nemazee gets 12 years in prison

July 15, 2010

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The Dodd-Frank bill: A premature solution

Another push for the Fishwrap Rescue and Recovery Act

Ex-Clinton fundraiser Nemazee gets 12 years in prison

Perplexed Matthews: How Can South Carolina GOPers Vote for Indian-American But Not Support a Black President?

Read more: http://newsbusters.org/#ixzz0tkJwnpG8

ABCNews: Angle: Race Against Reid Is God’s ‘Calling’

Millions for Road Signs?: That’s Stimulating?

American Thinker: The Key to a Real Revolution

The Parade of Bleeding Stumps

Hold Your Nose: I Smell Cap-And-Trade

Suppressing the Political Impact of the Gulf Oil Crisis

AP: Rubio calls federal oil spill response “abysmal”

Big Journalism: Why Won’t the Media Cover the Black Panther Scandal?

NBC, CBS Reject Anti-Ground Zero Mosque Ad

CNN: POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: Thursday, July 15, 2010

FOXNews: Nine States Back Ariz. in Immigration Suit

Senate Poised to Pass Finance Overhaul Bill

BP Tests New Cap in Latest Effort to Halt Gusher in the Gulf

Michelle Malkin: Another push for the Fishwrap Rescue and Recovery Act

NRO: The Radicalism of the Anti-Arizona Suit

As Obama Kowtows, Unions Eye the Private Sector

NewsBusters: Media That Accused Fox of Shilling for Bush Yawn at Zuckerman’s Ties to Obama

Perplexed Matthews: How Can South Carolina GOPers Vote for Indian-American But Not Support a Black President?

Politico: Small biz owners uneasy with Obama

Basic training gets an overhaul

Real Clear Politics: Holder’s Hypocrisy

Fire David Axelrod

RedState: Remember when Stupak held out for that executive order against Fed abortion funding?

The American Spectator: Debating Groucho’s War

Wa Times: Bailouts no ally to small banks

Justice: Sanctuary cities safe from law

Grants raise specter of state abortion funds

USA Today: New health care law raises questions on abortions

Wa Examiner: Obama finds stimulus, deficit line hard to straddle

Reid stretches definition of “jobs” bill

As Obama kowtows, unions eye the private sector

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