What's Hot Friday

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Posted: Jun 06, 2008 8:55 AM
What are the most popular stories around the web this morning?  Townhall does the surfing so you don't have to.

Washington Post: In D.C., Obama Meets With Clinton

New York Post: How 'Liberal' Care Would Kill Ted

Philadelphia Inquirer: A Word for Nonbelievers

Newsweek: What If RFK Had Become President?

US News & World Report: John McCain Recalls Life as a P.O.W.

USA Today: Nuclear Mishaps Lead to Air Force Resignations

FOX News: Baby Miraculously Survives Abortion, Expected to Live 'Normal' Life

Politico: Clinton's Exit: When Push Came to Shove

Huffington Post: Bill Clinton: Purdum a "Sleazy" "Slimy" "Scumbag"

Slate: Bill Clinton Lucks Out

Wall Street Journal: Clinton Unlikely as No. 2 

Time Magazine: Who Will Rule The New Internet? 

Houston Chronicle: Cheney Coming to Billionaire's River Oaks Home for Fundraiser

Boston Globe: More Dip Early Into Funds for Retirement

ABC News: Indictment: Broadcom Ex-CEO Built Drug Warehouse

Washington Times: Climate Concern Ripped as 'Religion'

New York Times: Peter Rabbit Must Die

Los Angeles Times: Lakers Fall for this One

BBC News: UK Divers Go Missing in Indonesia

CNN: Fears for Missing 'Paradise' Island Divers

Chicago Tribune: WSCR May Switch Mike North Off Mornings

Denver Post: RTD to Keep Rush-Hour G-Line

And on Townhall.com this morning:

         Charles Krauthammer: The Power of Four Dollars
         Jonah Goldberg: A Messiah in Our Midst?
         Mike Gallagher:  Another Chapter in Obama's Book
         George Will:  The Importance of the Veep Choice
         Dick Morris: Obama's VP Search Mistake