What's Hot Friday

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Posted: Sep 19, 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:  Moo

Los Angeles Times:  Hey U.S., Welcome to the Third World

New York Post:  Oil Scion Pumps Pals' Dough

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

Time Magazine:  The Pain in Spain Falls Mainly on McCain

Philadelphia Inquirer: N. Wildwood's Keenan's Shut for Irish Weekend

Chicago Tribune:  New owners See Red over Wrigley's 'Budweiser Building' Signage

FOX News:  Woman Faces Federal Jail Time Over Spilled Soda

US News & World Report:  Is Sarah Palin's Star Beginning to Fall?

Politico:  Paulson plan could cost $1 trillion

Wall Street Journal:  Worst Crisis Since '30s, With No End Yet in Sight

CNN: Their House Survived Ike, but it's the Only One left

Slate:  Politicians Lie, Numbers Don't

ABC News:  Can a Penny Dropped From a Building Kill a Pedestrian Below?

Newsweek:  The Next Bailout: Detroit

Houston Chronicle:  New Jersey Company Sends 100 Trucks of Ice to Houston

And on Townhall.com this morning:
        
                  Neal Boortz: The Rest of the Meltdown Society
                  Michelle Malkin: Obama Releases His Hounds
                  Charles Krauthammer: The Future of Bush's Legacy
                  John Hawkins: Barack Obama's Top Ten Campaign Gaffes
                  Mike Gallagher: It's Gettin' Ugly Out There