Wednesday Morning Reading

8 Jul
Ready when you are Governor.

Ready when you are Governor.

George Allen writes book about sports and politics
Richmond Times-Dispatch

The book, “The Triumph of Character: What Washington Can Learn from the World of Sports,” is scheduled to be released by Regnery Publishing next June.
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Reid Tells Baucus to Stop Chasing Republican Votes
Taegan Goddar’s Political Wire

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) on “strongly urged” Finance Chairman Max Baucus (D-MT) “to drop a proposal to tax health benefits and stop chasing Republican votes on a massive health care reform bill,” Roll Call reports.
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WashPost ‘Scandal”: They Got Caught
Jonah Goldberg, The New York Post

BEFORE Sarah Palin stepped on the story, the talk of the Belt way was Salongate at The Washington Post. The venerable newspaper hatched a scheme whereby it would hold a series of “salons” at the home of publisher Katharine Weymouth in order to sell lobbyists and corporations access to Obama administration officials and the Post reporters and editors who cover them.
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A Congress Full of Michael Jackson Wannabes
Ben Shapiro, Townhall

When the current Democratic Congress isn’t busy shoehorning financial giveaways to their union friends and business partners, when they’re not busy ramming unread, horribly written thousand-page bills into law, they’re busy on matters of vital import like resolutions praising Michael Jackson and pricey vacation “investigations.” They’re bad — they’re bad — and they know it.
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Obama’s Katrina
FoxNews

Make no mistake, the economic crisis and Obama’s failure to create real jobs with his stimulus package means we’re looking at this president’s Katrina.
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