What's Hot Monday

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Posted: Jun 09, 2008 9:17 AM
What are the most popular stories around the web this morning?  Townhall does the surfing so you don't have to.

Wall Street Journal:  In Crowd Size, Obama Has Edge

Denver Post:  Clintonite Rage Could Burn Democratic Hope

Newsweek:  Out and Down

Politico:  The Unhappy Warrior

Huffington Post:  Clint Eastwood: Spike Lee Should 'Shut His Face'

New York Post:  Gibson's Back in Business

Slate:  After the Assassination

Washington Post:  Senate Votes to Prvatize Its Failing Restaurants

Time Magazine:  America's Medicated Army

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

Washington Times: Climate Concern Ripped as 'Religion'

Philadelphia Inquirer: A Word for Nonbelievers

New York Times:  Yes, Dear. Tonight. Again.

Chicago Tribune:  Researchers Blame HPV for Rise in Throat Cancer

Boston Globe:  Wall St. Firm Told Only Some About Risk

Los Angeles Times:  Something Foul in Boston

Houston Chronicle:  Driver of Gas Tanker Slain in Front of Girlfriend in Houston

USA Today:  Bottled Water Unleashes a Flood of Environmental Concerns

BBC News:  Kitten Rescued by Vacuum Cleaner

ABC News:  Hero Sailor Died Saving Five Others

Fox News:  Man on Skydiving Trip Dies After Jumping Without Parachute

CNN:  Last Missing Texas A&M Sailor Found Dead
       
And on Townhall.com this morning:
        
         Mike Adams:  2008 PC
         Jerry Bowyer:  What the Media Didn’t Tell You
         Kevin McCullough:  Why Talk Radio is Racist
         Fred Thompson:  Principles that Keep America Prosperous & Free
         Burt Prelutsky:  Striking Oil