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  • Top 10 Reads: August 31, 2011

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    1. How Washington pays Big Green to sue the government – Ron Arnold, Washington Examiner
    2. Solar company that received Obama administration backing closes its doors – Andrew Restuccia, The Hill
    3. Growing the economy for dummies – Richard W. Rahn, The Washington Times
    4. How Obama’s rules hold back Chicago business – Peter Roskam, Chicago Sun-Times
    5. Paving the way to World War III – James Carafano, Washington Examiner
    6. Libya woes not over – Peter Brookes, Boston Herald
    7. Republicans to Unveil Bill to Force Major Changes at the U.N. – Nicole Gaouette and Bill Varner, Bloomberg
    8. Not a Race Card – Hans A. von Spakovsky, National Review
    9. Across the nation, it’s ‘The Year of School Choice’ – Ed Feulner, Tampa Tribune
    10. Obama: The catastrophe president – Andrew Leonard, Slate
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