What's Hot Wednesday

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Posted: Jul 09, 2008 9:32 AM

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

Politico:  Networks May Limit Convention Coverage

Los Angeles Times:  Obama Shows Signs of Being Trail Weary

ABC News:  How to Buy a Child in 10 Hours

Wall Street Journal:  Newer, Faster, Cheaper iPhone

Houston Chronicle:  Houston Clerk Embezzled $6 Million to Live in Luxury

Boston Globe:  Galloping Expenses May Close a Barn

CNN:  Polygamist Taken to Vegas Hospital

Denver Post:  Hypermilers Stretch Their Gas Mileage

Chicago Tribune:  Pufferfish Poisoning Would Be 'Terrible' Way to Go

FOX News:  Man Allergic to Seafood Dies After Eating Crab Dish

US News & World Report:  4 Ways a Diary Can Help You Lose Weight

Newsweek:  Three Weight-Loss Studies You Should Know About

Slate:  100 Candles

New York Post:  Alex Fires Back in Bid for Kids

Philadelphia Inquirer:  Sixers, Brand Have Verbal Agreement

Time Magazine:  Was Jesus' Resurrection A Sequel?

New York Times:  An Ideal Husband

Washington Times:  A Father's Legacy

And on Townhall.com this morning:
        
         Thomas Sowell:  An Internet Fraud
         Michelle Malkin:  The Race
         Walter Williams:  Scapegoating Speculators
         Michael Medved:  'Not a Dime's Worth of Difference?'
         Jonah Goldberg:  Forced Servitude in America?