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  • Top 10 Reads: June 27, 2011

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    1. Transparency Win? Secret $2.4 Trillion Debt-Hike Talks May End
    2. The Justice Department Misleads the Ninth Circuit
    3. Operation Fast and Furious: How the Obama Administration Conned the Washington Post
    4. Obama’s Medicare plan is an open secret
    5. Gay marriage looms larger in 2012 White House race after NY law
    6. Why Gay ‘Marriage Equality’ Is Bad for America and Hurts Children
    7. Constitutionalism: Here Are a Few Things Richard Stengel Doesn’t Know About
    8. U.S. leadership melts away into sands of Libya over Obama’s foolish humanitarian foray
    9. U.S. is bound to lose treaty roulette
    10. King James’ lesson: Character counts
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    One Response to Top 10 Reads: June 27, 2011

    1. Lloyd Scallan says:

      This subject is not in you list of ten, but why not? In a teleprompter read to the 10th Mountain Division a few days ago, Obama read that he awarded the MOH to Jared Monti, the "first person that actually came back". Jared Monti was killed in Afghanistan in 2006. Obama awarded the MOH to Jared Monti POSTHUMOUSLY
      IN 2009. This sorry excuse for a man and president continued to read and not give a damn of what he reads nor cares. He continued to spit in the faces of our military and their families yet the main stream media reports nothing. Not even FNC reported this disgrace. I know it's been said over and over again. "what if Bush would have said that", but I will again ask why. Has the HF gone the way of almost every other main stream media outlet, afraid to appear bias.

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