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TUESDAY QUICK READ [Update] 3:31PM 9/29/2009

September 29, 2009

[Update] 3:31 PM 9/29/2009

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Liberal Democrats failed Tuesday to inject a government-run insurance option into sweeping health care legislation taking shape in the Senate Finance Committee, despite widespread accusations that private insurers routinely deny coverage in pursuit of higher profits.

The Best State-Based Political Reporters (2009 Edition)

WTF YouTube | Who the #@%* is Mark Lloyd?

FCC Announces Broadband Hearings:

Fitting Lyrics: Crazy Train

Crazy, I just cannot bear
Im living with something that just isnt fair

Mental wounds not healing (Obama’s Election,  Burkenstock Liberals  & Pinhead RINO’s)
Who and whats to blame
Im going off the rails on a crazy train


American Spectator | ACORN’s Man in the White House

SCRN | Congressman Wilson: I’m grateful for the support

Wash Times | EXCLUSIVE: Workers’ porn surfing rampant at federal agency


York | Without Bush, media lose interest in war caskets

AP | Public plan debate could pit Democrat vs. Democrat

Breitbart | Ex-Bush officials face lawsuits over their actions

Kurtz on NRO | Gaspard, ACORN, and Obama

FOXNews | New MTV Animated Show ‘Popzilla’ Mocks Obama, Celebrities


G’Ville News | Mother claims agency sought revenge over gang-rape case

G’ville News | Push state government restructuring

GoUpstate | Democrats, Republicans hold dueling fundraisers

The State | Textile king weaves security blanket for GOP

G’ville News | Stimulus money won’t get to most of the Upstate’s worst roads

The State | Scoppe: Random observations from the first face-off

The State | Benchmarks OK’d for new S.C. test

SCRN | GOP candidates seek to emulate Gov. Campbell

G’ville News | Democrats to challenge for DeMint’s seat


Brad Warthen | Brad on Tumpy Campbell

The State: Morning Newsletter

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  • As officials inside Richland 2 contemplate Stephen Hefner’s departure at the end of the school year, they speak of cloning the retiring superintendent. But underlying that desire is a more fervent appeal – finding a successor who understands the district’s culture.

  • South Carolina and Clemson had much to be proud of this past week, and I am not talking about their performances on the football field. The fan bases at each school proved once again that college football is king in this state, no matter the conditions.

  • The state Republican Party has enlisted Spartanburg textile magnate Roger Milliken to help the party pay off the $340,000 mortgage on its Columbia headquarters building.

  • A 3-year-old boy’s death Sept. 17 was not the result of a four-minute delay in transporting him to the hospital, Richland County Coroner Gary Watts said Monday.

  • Laurence Manning Academy returned to the routine of learning Monday, albeit with a subdued mood after a swine flu outbreak closed the school for three days and might have contributed to the death of a fifth-grader.

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