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  • Top 10 Reads: July 1, 2011

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    1. It Won’t Be Pretty, as the Post-Gates Era Begins at the Defense Department – Jim Carafano
    2. Coolidge only president born on the Fourth of July – Julia Shaw
    3. U.N. Budget Cuts: Why Not Eliminate the Conference on Disarmament? – Brett Schaefer
    4. The Election Deal – Murray T. Bass
    5. Here’s a debt reduction plan: Collect billions from tax cheats – Tony Pugh
    6. Reax To Appellate Decision Upholding Health Law – Andrew Villegas
    7. The Peril of Deep Defense Cuts – Donald Rumsfeld
    8. Lincoln’s Declaration – Rich Lowry
    9. Deadline tightens for Congress, White House on debt limit – Felicia Sonmez
    10. Obama’s Amnesty for Illegals Sidesteps the Law Again – Roger Hedgecock


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    One Response to Top 10 Reads: July 1, 2011

    1. Roger Marchese says:

      Att: Lachlan Markay: Dear Lachlan: I will be giving a report to our two Tea Parties here in northern New Jersey on the Obama Health Care Plan. I need to know those hidden elements in the health care bill that only a few Americans know about. Can you help me? Many thanks. Roger Marchese

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