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Quick Read Monday

September 21, 2009

Breitbart | SPIN METER: $2 trillion in health savings? Where?

Washington Examiner | Obama on the defensive during Sunday talk show blitz

Breitbart | The politicized art behind the Acorn videos


Wash Times | Romney rips Obama’s domestic policies

Good News! | The Hill: Obama open to newspaper bailout bill

Wash Times | Stimulus spending sags after deadline rush

AP | House moves to extend unemployment benefits

AP: Report | Troops needed to avoid Afghan failure


AP: Graham | Obama’s big media blitz too much

The State | City panel backs off tougher payday lending law

Post & Courier | States should hedge bets on gambling

Greenville Online | Graham: Health care must be reformed–Health-care-must-be-reformed

The State | Atlantic Beach mayor charged with DUI

Top headlines from
  • A man who once claimed to have fathered the child of John Edwards’ mistress says in a book proposal the former presidential candidate is the real father and that he and Edwards worked with his campaign finance chairman to hide that secret, according to a newspaper report published online Saturday.

  • Visitors to Congaree National Park are on their own if they want to see the lower end of the 26,000-acre nature preserve along U.S. 601.

  • As the town of Blythewood starts to firm up its 10-year growth plan, some residents in the countryside along Rimer Pond Road worry it will open the floodgates for commercial development.

  • The Columbia Planning Commission has rejected a proposal that would ban payday lenders from operating within a half-mile of each other within the city limits.

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