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  • Top 10 Reads: Oct. 03, 2011

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    1. At 50, the Chinook remains the Army’s workhorse – Michael Hoffman, Army Times
    2. Graves eyes upper rungs of conservative ladder – Daniel Malloy, The Atlantic Journal-Constitution
    3. Lawmakers: Revamp disaster recovery system – Deborah Barfield Berry, Clarion Ledger
    4. A major victory, but the battle rages on – Peter Brookes, New York Post
    5. The green-jobs fallacy –  Ed Feulner, St. Paul Pioneer Press
    6. Obamanomics: Hollow out defense, fatten up cronies – James Carafano, The Washington Examiner
    7. Similar union battle, different tack in NY – Ted Phillips, Newsday
    8. Secret Super Committee Negotiations – Brian H. Darling, Human Events
    9. Taking Entitlement Reform to the Campaign Trail – Tom Leppert, National Review
    10. The Law of the Sea: The U.S. Navy trumps a U.N. treaty – Michael Goldfarb & Steven Groves, The Weekly Standard
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