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  • Top 10 Reads: August 16, 2011

    Catching you up on clips, commentary and news of the day. Sign up for the daily email update from Scribe. And check out the new e-newsletter from Ben Domenech, a research fellow for The Heartland Institute. It’s called The Transom and you can subscribe here.

    1. A malfunctioning ‘reset’ – Ed Feulner, Washington Times
    2. The Super-Rich Can Always Choose Not to Be Coddled – Michael G. Franc, National Review Online
    3. Government dollars fuel wealth – Annie Gowen, Washington Post
    4. Regulation Business, Jobs Booming Under Obama – John Merline, Investor’s Business Daily
    5. Compromise, or We Shoot the Pentagon – James Kitfield
    6. California Redistricting Panel Broke Law – John Hrabe, Cal Watchdog
    7. Stimulus Dollars Snapped Up to Fund Teen Alligator Wrestlers – Drew Johnson, Taxpayers Protection Alliance
    8. ATF promotes three Fast & Furious supervisors – Ed Morrissey, Hot Air
    9. The Pipeline Protest – Minus the Pipeline Protest – Mark Green, Energy Tomorrow
    10. Take a Stand Against Kraft’s Thoughtless Contest – Beverly Willett, National Review Online
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