What's Hot Thursday

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Posted: Sep 18, 2008 9:48 AM

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

New York Times:  'Barbies For War!'

Los Angeles Times:  Case Closed: The Rosenbergs were Soviet Spies

New York Post:  Obama Tried to Stall GIs' Iraq Withdrawal

Boston Globe:  The Short - But Eventful - Life of Ike

Time Magazine:  In Yemen, a Planned Massacre of Americans Is Averted

Philadelphia Inquirer: Race War in America

Chicago Tribune:  No Job? No Money? No Clean Air? No Problem

FOX News:  Some of Ike's Missing May Have Been Swept Out to Sea

US News & World Report:  5 Ways to Keep Bisphenol A, or BPA, Out of Your Food

Politico:  Trump Endorses McCain on Larry King

Wall Street Journal:  Morgan Stanley in Talks With Wachovia, Others

CNN: AIG Bailout Upsets Republican Lawmakers

Slate:  Politicians Lie, Numbers Don't

ABC News:  One Woman's Plea for Help Ends in Murder

Newsweek:  Can He Stop 'Troopergate'?

Houston Chronicle:  Large Area Won't Have LightsTill After Monday

And on Townhall.com this morning:
        
                  Ann Coulter: Obama: Lucifer is my Homeboy
                  George Will: The Palin Bubble
                  Brent Bozell III: Charles Gibson's Palin Double Standard
                  Larry Elder: Palin's First Test
                  Dick Morris and Eileen McGann: Candidate and Party: The Obama Deficit