Today’s Most Popular Stories 07.26.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for July 26, 2010:

Washington Post: Enough right-wing propaganda

Washington Times: Md. could save $829M under health care reform

Washington Examiner: Hugh Hewitt: JournoList members silent on slander

USA Today: Mexico braces for effects of Arizona immigration law

CQ Politics: Meek Joins Florida Ad War With Hard-Hitting Attack On Greene

The Hill: Franken warns that GOP Congress would bring ‘truly dangerous agenda’

Politico: W.H. condemns ‘irresponsible’ leaks, dismisses stories

Roll Call: Boehner Troubled by Unseemly Behavior

National Journal: Bill Sets Stage For Partisan Fight

Gallup.Com: More States “Competitive” in Terms of Party Identification

Talking Points Memo: Rangel Faces Tough Fight In Ethics Committee Trial

Politics Daily: Flawed Candidates Make 2010 the Year of Living Dangerously

The New Republic: The TNR Symposium

The Daily Caller: Journolisters debate making coordination with Obama explicit

Foreign Policy: Who Killed the Climate Bill?