Afternoon Blog Roundup

The following is a list of links from national blogs which relate to the issues we are discussing:

Big Government – Joel B. Pollak  –  Paul Ryan and Prosperity PAC: ‘If We Compromise Too Far, We Can Win But We Still Lose the Country’
Big Government –  Brian Garst  –  Government Policy, Not Laziness, Responsible for Scaring Away Foreign Investors

The Foundry –   Mike Brownfield  –  A $230,000 Taxpayer-Funded ‘Green Jobs’ Website, but No Jobs Listed
The Foundry –   Mike Gonzalez  –  Obama Wants to Cut Taxes? Don’t Believe It for a Second.

Hot Air –  Jazz Shaw  – Senate fails to pass payroll tax break extension
Hot Air –  Jazz Shaw  – The redistricting follies continue

National Review Online – Kevin D. Williamson  – Is the Fed Pursuing Our Interest or Banks’ Interests?
National Review Online – Andrew Stiles  – The Solyndra Scandal’s Key Players

Newsmax –  InsideCover  – Obama Enlists Bill Clinton On Energy Plan

Red State –  Brad Jackson  – 8.6% Unemployment Rate Isn’t as Good as it Sounds
Red State –  TobyToons  – Budget Realities come Home To Roost

Townhall –  Kevin Glass  – Unemployment Drops Amidst Worker Discouragement
Townhall –  Kate Pavlich  – Van Jones Calls on Occupiers to Block Major Ports

The Weekly Standard – Daniel Halper  – Joe Biden’s ‘Appalling’ Iraq Remarks
The Weekly Standard – Mark Hemingway  – GOP Joint Economic Committee Responds to Unemployment Numbers

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