What's Hot Tuesday

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Posted: Jun 17, 2008 9:13 AM

What are the most popular stories around the web this morning?  Townhall does the surfing so you don't have to.

Politico:  Bush Backer Pens Pro-Obama Book

Los Angeles Times:  Al Gore Endorses Obama

ABC News:  Obama Has Narrow Lead, But McCain Stays in Range

Wall Street Journal:  Democracies Can't Compromise Values

Houston Chronicle:  Joe Horn Regrets Killing Burglars, But Will He Be Indicted?

Chicago Tribune:  'I Don't Trust You Guys'

Boston Globe:  Massachusetts, Land of Twins

Philadelphia Inquirer:  Aspiring Teacher Killed in Robbery

Denver Post:  Bumper Stickers Signal Hostility

New York Times:  A Primer for Young People Starting Their First Job

Time Magazine - How America's Children Packed On the Pounds

Newsweek:  Six of History's More Unusual Surgical Miracles

US News & World Report:  Your Shower Curtain Might Be Bad for You

FOX News:  Parents Fear Accompanying Students on Trips

CNN:  Father Believed to Have Beat Tot

Huffington Post:  Tim Russert Dies At Age 58

New York Post:  Mets Fire Randolph

BBC News:  Footballers Charged With Burglary

And on Townhall.com this morning:

         George Will:  The Most Fearsome Power
         Thomas Sowell:  Is Prestige Worth It?
         Dennis Prager:  When Young People Get Excited
         Cal Thomas:  The Next Attack