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  • Top 10 Reads: Oct. 5th, 2011

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    1. Ambrose: Federal law will get you even if you watch out – Jay Ambrose, Scripps Howard News Service
    2. Issa: Postal Service Must Cut Workers – Newsmax Wires
    3. Russia Pledges to Resist Western-Led Regime Change After Syria Veto in UN – Henry Meyer, Bloomberg
    4. Lure overseas cash back into the US – Scot Lehigh, Boston Globe
    5. The ‘magic button’ of economics doesn’t work – Jay Bookman, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
    6. Palestinian Authority Membership in UNESCO Should Trigger U.S. Withholding – Brett D. Schaefer
    7. Economic times defy an easy label – Michael E. Kanell, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
    8. Senate Ramping Up for Trade War with China? – Paul Strand, The Christian Broadcasting Network
    9. Another U.N. Joke – TribLive
    10. Twin rebukes jolt US business tax holiday campaign – Kevin Drawbaugh, Reuters
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