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  • Top 10 Reads: July 26, 2011

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    1. What really is poverty? – Ed Feulner
    2. Cubans Still Suffer, But Media Looks Away – Mike Gonzalez
    3. Learning from the Bay State’s mistake – James Stergios & Lindsey Burke
    4. Getting to ‘Yes’ – James C. Capretta
    5. Why I won’t raise the debt limit – Rep. Paul Broun (R-GA)
    6. It’s always a holiday in New Hampshire – Grant Bosse
    7. Dodd-Frank Rules May Be At Legal Risk After SEC Court Defeat – Lawrence Roberts & Gregory Mott
    8. Behind the Israeli-Lebanese Gas Row – Ariel Cohen
    9. Obamacare Repeal: Ohio to Vote on Banning Individual Mandate – Wesley J. Smith
    10. What’s With Washington, D.C.’s Avalanche of Facebook Stories? – Betsy Rothstein

     

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