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  • Top 10 Reads: August 22, 2011

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    1. The Politicized Hiring of Eric Holder’s Employment Section – Hans A. von Spakovsky, Pajamas Media
    2. Energy States Lead in Job Creation, Financial States Struggle – Dennis Jacobe, Gallup
    3. Did health law bring economic doldrums? – James Sherk, McClatchy
    4. Ag. Secretary Says Food Stamp Program Is Stimulus – Stephanie Samuel, Christian Post
    5. Seattle’s ‘green jobs’ program a bust – Vanessa Ho, Post-Intelligencer
    6. No Child Left Behind by Executive Overreach – Lindsey Burke, National Review Online
    7. Steve King Plays Outsized Role in 2012 Race – Shira Toeplitz, Roll Call
    8. PolitiFact Spins – Alex Adrianson, InsiderOnline
    9. Following 60 Trips to City Hall for Permits, the First Legal Food Truck is Now Operating in Detroit – Mark J. Perry, Carpe Diem
    10. Woman’s yard sale to pay medical bills gets shut down – Emily Sinovic, KATU News
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