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Wednesday’s Quick Read

September 23, 2009

UPDATE 10:45AM

[Frank]

WSJ: Liberals and Civility

THE TILTING YARD
By Thomas Frank
Why Democrats should welcome a rough debate.

Heritage Foundation | The Futility of Cap and Trade

Michelle Malkin | Hmmm: Is the AARP getting “kickbacks” from Obamacare?

Missourian | A call for civility in politics: Where have you been?

Right Bias | Color Me Racist

The Garnet Spy | She’s Bona Fide

The Hill | Election 2010: Rage, Not Race

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SCHOTLINE HEADLINES

UpState Today | Sanford says he still has work to do

The State | State economists say revenues on track

Greenville Online | Senator Graham willing to compromise on health care

SCHOTLINE OPINION

Opinion | Ike McLeese: A new technology gives advertisers advantages and keeps communities safe

U.S. NEWS & POLITICS

Wash Times | Diversity czar takes heat over remarks

Wash Times | Bank lobby defeats Obama reform plan

Wash Examinier | Barone: Obama’s time warp: The U.S. is still the bad guy

FOXNews | Obama Considers Strategy Shift in Afghan War

AP | Budget chief says Medicare benefits could be cut

FOXNews | ACORN’s Internal Investigation Draws Skepticism From Hill

NYPost | Acorn can score big on contract at Atl Yards

S.C. NEWS & POLITICS

The State | GOP candidates for governor debate key issues

The State | How each candidate fared

Post & Courier | Voting fraud case ends (local Acorn case)

The State | Councilman Finlay makes it a race

Greenville News | Cal Thomas defends South Carolina from ‘elitists’

Herald Journal | Cherokee County votes to close Bank of America accounts

S.C. BLOGS & PRESS BOX

FITSNews | Fifth Estate V. Fourth Reich

TPS | Wilson crosses $2 million mark online

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