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  • Top 10 Reads: September 20, 2011

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    1. FACT CHECK: Are rich taxed less than secretaries? – Stephen Ohlechmacher, Associated Press
    2. Billionaire Backer Disputes Charges That Company Sought White House Help to Influence Testimony – James Rosen, FoxNews.com
    3. Afghanistan: Lessons in War and Peace-building for US – David Arnold, Voice of America
    4. Political Scandals Heat Up In Russia – Ariel Cohen, The National Interest
    5. Look what we’ve ‘made in Taiwan’ – Ed Feulner, The Washington Times
    6. EPA grants air permit to Shell for Arctic offshore drilling in Chukchi sea off Alaska coast – Associated Press, The Washington Post
    7. UBS Scandal Is A Reminder About Why Dodd-Frank Came to Be – Adrienne Carter and Ben Protess, DealBook
    8. Obama: I’ll Veto Any Deficit Plan That Doesn’t Raise Taxes – Eric Pianin and Jennifer DePaul, The Fiscal Times
    9. President Obama’s deficit plan delivers help to USPS – Seung Min Kim, POLITICO
    10. Attorney General in Mexico: 200 Murders Result of Operation Fast and Furious – Katie Pavlich, Townhall.com
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