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Can Obama Find Thumpin' to Say?
Peggy Noonan: The Wall Street Journal
No one knows what's going to happen next week, never mind Nov. 4. But it is increasingly reasonable to believe what a grizzled journalistic veteran of the campaign trail said last week in conversation. The election will be a wave for Republicans; the only question is whether it will be a big one or a small one.

Reagan's Goldwater speech: Still great after all these years
Craig Shirley and Laura Ingraham: Los Angeles Times
Monday marks the 50th anniversary of private citizen Ronald Reagan's landmark speech in behalf of Barry Goldwater's presidential candidacy in 1964.

Companies Try to Escape Health Law's Penalties
Anna Wilde Mathews and Julie Jargon: The Wall Street Journal
With companies set to face fines next year for not complying with the new mandate to offer health insurance, some are pursuing strategies like enrolling employees in Medicaid to avoid penalties and hold down costs.

EDITORIAL: Green cards on the table
The Washington Times Staff: The Washington Times
The White House intended to remain silent about its plans for immigration. Revealing a scheme to open the floodgates of amnesty would be disastrous on the eve of the critical midterm elections. But this is the gang that can't shoot straight.

The Ferguson Farce
Rich Lowry: National Review Online
It wasn't so long ago that Ferguson, Mo., was supposed to be an American morality tale of racism, the militarization of police, and all manner of other evil.

Obama, the Pariah President
Dana Milbank: The Washington Post
They were fired up and ready to go home.

CDC's Frieden Spearheaded New York City's Nanny State
Brendan Bordelon: National Review Online
With his face plastered for weeks on every TV set in America, CDC director Tom Frieden is suffering from an advanced case of media overexposure

Six Reasons to Panic
Jonathan V. Last: The Weekly Standard
As a rule, one should not panic at whatever crisis has momentarily fixed the attention of cable news producers.

Six Reasons to Panic
Jonathan V. Last: The Weekly Standard
As a rule, one should not panic at whatever crisis has momentarily fixed the attention of cable news producers.

The Centers for Everything but Disease Control
Michelle Malkin: National Review
So now the federal health bureaucrats in charge of controlling diseases and pandemics want more money to do their jobs. Hmph.

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