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  • Top Ten Morning Bells of 2010

    On Monday, we brought you the Top Ten Heritage Charts of 2010. Yesterday, we featured the Top Ten Heritage Papers of 2010. Continuing our Top Ten of 2010 series, today, we rank the year’s Top Ten Morning Bells. Once again, all posts are ranked by pageviews with the 10th most popular post on top, and the most popular post at the bottom.

    10. White House Admits Obamacare’s Individual Mandate is a Tax
    9. Welcome to the Obama Dependency Economy
    8. Surviving the Obama Assault on the Rule of Law
    7. The Gulf Recovery Obama Does Not Want to See
    6. $1 Billion AT&T Headache is Just Obamacare’s First Side Effect
    5. The Obama Elite vs The American People
    4. How the White House is Making Oil Recovery Harder
    3. Former Attorney General Ed Meese on Supreme Court Nominee Elena Kagan
    2. Obama’s Oil Spill To-Do List
    1. Repeal

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