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US Politics 7/16: Democrats Can Stop GOP Blowout

July 16, 2010

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Good riddance to establishment GOP

Business Knows More Than Obama

Democrats Can Stop GOP Blowout

ABCNews: The Note’s Must-Reads for Friday, July 16, 2010

American Thinker: The CBO Warns the Nation; Is Anybody Listening?

Obama and the Call for ‘Economic Justice’

AP: Ballot secrecy compromised in NM, other states

Ethanol industry scrambles to keep incentives

GOP outpaces Dems in open Senate seat fundraising

Big Journalism: Top Ten Most Left-Biased American Journalists – #8: Christiane Amanpour, CNN

Story Suggestion for the AP: Fact-Checking the NAACP

CNN: POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: Friday, July 16, 2010

Congress Blog: Urging immediate action to cut spending and start paying down debt (Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick)

Restoring balance between Wall Street and Main Street

FOXNews: Minor Earthquake Shakes Up DC Area

Federal Prosecutions of Immigrants Hits High — but Is It Enough?

Many in Gulf Question if BP Stopped Leak

Michelle Malkin: Stimulus Sign Backfire?

NRO: FDR Yes, Obama No — By: Conrad Black

When Did the Rules Change? — By: Jonah Goldberg

NewsBusters: Federal Tax Collections Have Not Increased; Interest From the Fed is the Reason Year-Over-Year Receipts Are Up

No Media Outcry as Dems Block Amendment to Open Up Gulf Oil Cleanup to Press

Politico: Google’s search for political power

Romney leads 2012 GOP pack

‘Brown dogs’ complicate climate plan

Palin aide swats Romney team

Hill slips through Title II loophole

RCP: Business Knows More Than Obama

Karl Rove’s Mea Culpa

Democrats Can Stop GOP Blowout

RedState: Morning Briefing for July 16, 2010

The American Spectator: America’s Ruling Class — And the Perils of Revolution

The Greenroom: With Obama, NEA Let Hope Overcome Evidence

The Hill: Romney breaks from the pack

Washington Times: Steele fires back at Democrats’ sniping

USA Today: Immigration re-enters national debate

Washington Examiner: Obama has a hard time taking it easy

ICYMI: Liquor wholesalers cash in on sobriety rules

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