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US Politics 9/16: Christine O’Donnell: Knifelike

September 16, 2010

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Ladies of the Right vs. Beltway GOP boyz club; Plus: Fire From the Heartland

A Presidential Dark Horse With Bright Ideas

U.S. Poverty Rate Rises to 14.3%

Barnicle: Christine Can’t Win ‘Cause She’s ‘Crazy’

The Evolution of the Term ‘Conservative’

GOP gains the lead in female politicians’ steps forward

Sen. DeMint: I’d Rather Lose Fighting for Right Cause

First Lady’s Job? It’s’Hell,’ Book Claims

ABC: The Note’s Must-Reads for Thursday, September 16, 2010

PBS: Delaware Among Primaries With a Surprising Finish

Bellingham Herald: South Carolina lawmaker defends slave garb’ picture

American Thinker: The Shariah Threat to America

Crawling Out from under the Rauf

AP: DeMint: Tea party candidates can win in November

AP-GfK Poll: Nearly half oppose tax hikes for rich

POLITICAL INSIDER: Chafee says Del. vote expected

AP-GfK Poll: Climate for GOP keeps getting better

Meg Whitman breaks US campaign spending records

Big Journalism: Keith Olbermann, Sexist

The Last Word on Delaware: El Rushbo Speaks

Voight: ‘This Is Exactly the Way We Create Wars Between Nations’

CNN: Despite pressure, GOP leader to attend fundraiser for gay Republicans

Senate to end debate, vote on small-business aid bill

Congress Blog: The Big Question: Should the GOP back Tea Party candidates?

Moving on from the primaries (Sen. Mitch McConnell)

FOXNews: Home Foreclosures Jump to Highest Rate Since Crisis Began

Democrats Attempt to Re-Brand Party

Poll: Nearly Half of Americans Oppose Tax Hikes for Wealthy

Michelle Malkin: Another day, another Obama czar

Hmmm: What did Mike Castle talk about with Obama and Biden last night?

NRO: Beltway Powers and Principalities

Cry Islamophobia!

NewsBusters: Crickets Chirp at Palm Beach Post Over Student Conservative Club Kicked Out of Local College Event

Politico: Republicans waver on earmarks ban

Dems buy anti-health-reform ads

Rebel DeMint sparks GOP civil war

Power Line: Thinking about the Buckley rule

Culture of Corruption

RedState: Morning Briefing for September 16, 2010

WSJ: It’s the Spending, Stupid

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