What's Hot Wednesday

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Posted: Jul 16, 2008 9:24 AM

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

Slate:  The New Yorker Draws Fire

Boston Globe:  The Brilliance of the Electoral College

US News & World Report:  America's Best Hospitals

New York Times:  Drugs To Build Bones May Weaken Them

Wall Street Journal:  The $4 Billion Senator

Chicago Tribune:  Beer Tab Too High for Jobs?

Time Magazine:  A New Clue in Predicting Earthquakes

FOX News:  'World's Greatest Dad' Sought Sex With 14-Year-Old Girl

Newsweek:  What Defense Lawyers Are Planning

Philadelphia Inquirer:  Family Followed Her Will in Letting Her Expire

CNN:  William Petersen's Run on CSI Coming to End

New York Post:  A-Rod Strikes Out With Party

Houston Chronicle:  Steroid Dealer Hands Over Evidence on Clemens

Los Angeles Times:  Clippers Fill Their Tallest Order

Denver Post:  Camby Shipping Out

ABC News:  List of Troubled Banks Worries Wall Street, DC

Politico:  Hill Democrats Miffed at Obama

And on Townhall.com this morning:
        
         Walter Williams:  Oklahoma Rebellion
         Thomas Sowell:  Autism Cures?
         Michelle Malkin:  Diplomas Won't Make Jihadis Go Away
         Michael Medved:  The Candidate As Cult Leader
         Amanda Carpenter:  Michelle Obama's $600 Earrings