NetRight Daily: Sotomayor, the Economy and Hate Crimes

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NetRight Nation is your one stop shop to see what everyone is saying about the Sotomayor hearings. Check out the Sonia Sotomayor blog feed. Here are today's top stories on NetRight Nation and other relevant information:


The Economy is Worse Than You Think: The recent unemployment numbers have undermined confidence that we might be nearing the bottom of the recession. What we can see on the surface is disconcerting enough, but the inside numbers are just as bad. (H/T WSJ)


A Look at the Republican Regulatory Reform Plan: Congressmen Hensarling and Bachus take some time to discuss the latest plan to stop big government.


The Hate Crime Bill - Obama's Latest Assault on Equal Justice: While America's attention is focused on the Sotomayor hearings, the Senate Democrat leadership, at Barack Obama's behest, is about to sneak through another brutal assault on small-d democratic sensibilities even more insidious than the "wise Latino woman," herself.


Audit the Fed: With the Democratic controlled Congress setting its high volume sights on cap and trade and health care, there is one potentially explosive free-market measure that is getting the short-shrift from the mainstream media – though not from the members of Congress: H.R. 1207. This bill forces one of the most secretive agencies in the government -- the Federal Reserve -- to open its books to Congress and the American people, for the first time in nearly a century.


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