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  • Top 10 Reads: September 15, 2011

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    Inmates collect unemployment – Part of growing fraud problem – M.D. Kittle, Watchdog.org
    UTT: Infrastructure ‘bank’ doomed to fail – Ronald D. Utt, The Washington Times
    Census Numbers: The Trend Toward Government Coverage Continues – Nina Owcharenko, Health Affairs
    Iran’s ayatollahs soon to be atomic – Peter Brookes, Boston Herald
    Obama: “If you love me, pass this bill!” – Erick Erickson, RedState.com
    Solyndra employee to Mark Levin: “Everyone knew that the plant wouldn’t work” – Allahpundit, HotAir.com
    Emails show wireless firm’s communications with White House as campaign donations were made – Fred Schulte and John Aloysius Farrell, iWatchNews.org
    Snooze, lose: Rep. Gohmert snags “American Jobs Act” title Obama wanted – Todd J. Gillman, The Dallas Morning News
    Solyndra scandal unraveling Obama’s credibility – The Washington Examiner
    Obama campaign ‘watching’ The Daily Caller – C.J. Ciaramella, The Daily Caller

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