Obamacare and MLK; Soros Sorrows; America’s Open Playbook On Syria; That’s Why You Buy ‘Forever’ Stamps; China To The Moon – Wednesday Morning News Roundup 8-28-2013

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Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories.

  • In the latest and most desperate promotion of ObamaCare, the president is invoking Martin Luther King Jr. But the only “fierce urgency of now” is stopping ObamaCare before it can do more damage. Source: Investors Business Daily… 
  • The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is taking Bill Ackman seriously. Days after the hedge-fund mogul wrote the regulator and complained about alleged insider-trading violations by George Soros’ family fund regarding its trading in Herbalife, the SEC took action. Source: New York Post…
  • It’s always possible that all of this leaking about when, how and for how long the U.S. will attack Syria is an elaborate head-fake, like Patton’s ghost army on the eve of D-Day, poised for the assault on Calais. But based on this Administration’s past behavior, such as the leaked bin Laden raid details, chances are most of this really is the war plan. Source: The Wall Street Journal…  
  • Private-sector groups are growing increasingly worried that the Postal Service’s board is going to consider a broad rate increase next month, a move they say would amount to an attack on some of the agency’s best customers. Source: The Hill…
  • China said Wednesday it will launch its first unmanned lunar lander by the end of this year, complete with a radio-controlled rover to transmit images and dig into the moon’s surface to test samples. Source: The Associated Press…

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