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  • Top 10 Reads: Sept. 26, 2011

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    1. Blind to the mullah’s missile menace – Peter Brookes, The New York Post
    2. Herman Cain Takes On Morgan Freeman For Calling Tea Party Racist – Noel Sheppard, NewsBusters
    3. Obama Lies about the ‘Do-Nothing Congress’ – Deroy Murdock, National Review Online
    4. Obama’s Ill-advised NCLB Waivers – Lindsey Burke, National Review Online
    5. Congress makes no progress on keeping government afloat – Richard Simon, Los Angeles Times
    6. Christine Lagarde: IMF may need billions in extra funding – Louise Armistead and Jonathan Russell, The Telegraph
    7. UN to buy Manhattan playground for new building, taxpayers could foot the bill – Caroline May, The Daily Caller
    8. Daniels warns America: Save our republic – Jennifer Rubin, The Washington Post
    9. After riots, saying ‘what needs to be said’ – Jennifer A. Marshall, The Bellingham Herald
    10. Americans Express Historic Negativity Towards U.S. Government – Lydia Saad, Gallup
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