Reason Morning Links: More Congresscritters Call for Holder's Head, What It's Like to Be a Normal Person on a Watchlist, Another DOE Gold-Digger Is DOA


  • WaPo: "In August 2010, Beacon Power became one of the first companies in the nation to get an Energy Department loan guarantee designed to jump-start innovative and clean energy projects. On Monday, it became the second one to file for bankruptcy." 
  • The number of GOP congresscritters demanding Attorney General Eric Holder's resignation is up to 28. 
  • Computer researcher and Wikileaks associate Jacob Appelbaum writes a first-person account of what it's like to be treated like a terrorist every time he walks into an airport. 
  • For sale in Cuba: 2005 Honda Civic, red, 60k miles. Price: $65,000. 
  • Jim Geraghty reminds us that hedgefunders love Obama
  • AEI: Not only are public sector teachers not underpaid when compared to the private sector, they are grossly over-benefited
  • MercoPress: Venezuela's Hugo Chavez has ordered the expropriation of 290.000 hectares (716.590 acres) belonging to a British-owned company amid a disagreement over compensation for earlier takeovers of ranchland from the firm.

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