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  • Top 10 Reads: Sept. 19, 2011

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    1. Obama to propose $1.5 trillion in new tax revenue – Jim Kuhnhenn, Associated Press
    2. Google Preparing for Senate Hearing – Diane Bartz, Reuters
    3. Obama’s Urgent Jobs Plan: Right Now, ‘Right Now’ means sometime next month – Andrew Malcom, LA Times
    4. U.S., European Diplomats Scramble Ahead of Palestinian U.N. Bid – Associated Press, FoxNews.com
    5. Leaders with Ginni Thomas: Tim Chapman and Michael Needham from Heritage Action – Ginni Thomas, The Daily Caller
    6. Further Defense Cuts May Raise Unemployment, Pentagon Aide Says – Viola Gienger, Bloomberg
    7. The EPA’s Most-Wanted List – Hans A. von Spakovsky, National Review Online
    8. Congress finds, and lists, meaning in Constitution – David A. Fahrenthold, The Washington Post
    9. Is Mexican Gulf Energy Production Recovering? – Kevin Mooney, The American Spectator
    10. Solyndra Bankruptcy Unlikely to Hamper Gov’t Investment in Green Jobs – Amy Bingham, ABCNews.com
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