Today’s Most Popular Stories 07.19.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for July 19, 2010:

Washington Post: Palin invents word ‘refudiate,’ compares herself to Shakespeare

Washington Times: Wrinkles found in Postal Service pact

Washington Examiner: Gregory Kane: NAACP has lost its luster in Tea Party fight

USA Today: Comparisons to the Great Depression keep popping up

CQ Politics: The Recovering Activist Caucus

The Hill: Spending showdown looms as Reid clears deck for energy reform bill

Politico: Palace intrigue intensifies for GOP

Roll Call: Democrats Consider Life in the Minority

National Journal: Obama Makes Obstructionism Case

Gallup.Com: Obama’s Highest Half-Year Approval Ratings in D.C., Hawaii

Talking Points Memo: Upset About ‘Left-Wing Agenda,’ California Man Suspected Of Shootout With Police

Politics Daily: Glenn Beck Tells Audience He Might Be Going Blind

The New Republic: Tactical Radicalism And The End Of The GOP Establishment

The Daily Caller: In stunning reversal, administration now defends health care insurance mandate as a tax

Foreign Policy: Which countries does Obama talk about most and does it matter?