• The Heritage Network
    • Resize:
    • A
    • A
    • A
  • Donate
  • Top 10 Reads: Sept. 27, 2011

    Catching you up on clips, commentary and news of the day. Sign up for the daily email update from Scribe.

    1. Renewable Red Ink – Ed Feulner, The Washington Times
    2. Speaking the truth about right and wrong – Jennifer A. Marshall, The Heritage Foundation
    3. Strikes are reasonable, but not a cure-all – James Jay Carafano, Desert News
    4. 5 Major Ways The Obama Administration Is Killing American Jobs – John Hawkins, Townhall
    5. Pressure grows for US to list Haqqani network as foreign terrorist group – Jonathan S. Landay, The Kansas City Star
    6. The Truth About Who Fights For Us – Ann Marlowe, The Wall Street Journal
    7. As Federal Crime List Grows, Threshold of Guilt Declines – Gary Fields and John R. Emshwiller, The Wall Street Journal
    8. Putin may restore tougher tone to relations with U.S. – Peter Finn, The Washington Post
    9. Mullen’s accusations: Has US reached its limit with Pakistan? – Howard LaFranchi, The Christian Science Monitor
    10. Facebook to form its own PAC to back political candidates – Gautham Nagesh, Hillicon Valley
    Posted in Scribe [slideshow_deploy]

    Comments are closed.

    Comments are subject to approval and moderation. We remind everyone that The Heritage Foundation promotes a civil society where ideas and debate flourish. Please be respectful of each other and the subjects of any criticism. While we may not always agree on policy, we should all agree that being appropriately informed is everyone's intention visiting this site. Profanity, lewdness, personal attacks, and other forms of incivility will not be tolerated. Please keep your thoughts brief and avoid ALL CAPS. While we respect your first amendment rights, we are obligated to our readers to maintain these standards. Thanks for joining the conversation.

    Big Government Is NOT the Answer

    Your tax dollars are being spent on programs that we really don't need.

    I Agree I Disagree ×

    Get Heritage In Your Inbox — FREE!

    Heritage Foundation e-mails keep you updated on the ongoing policy battles in Washington and around the country.