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President Obama will travel to Osawatomie, Kansas to give a speech echoing Teddy Roosevelt, who also once gave a speech there (Fox News)
Mitt Romney is in Arizona to receive Dan Quayle’s endorsement, while Jon Huntsman will meet with conservative bloggers at the Heritage Foundation at noon (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
“Take Back the Capitol” protest means Occupiers, unions, and other groups to converge on the National Mall (ABC 7)
The USPS introduced a plan to cut costs by over $2 billion yesterday (CNN)
Herman Cain says he’s not planning on endorsing anyone in the near future (MSNBC)
Today Belgium has a government for the first time in 541 days (Telegraph)
Huntsman: I won’t kiss Trump’s ring:
On the main site:
Mitt Misfires, by Andrew Cline: His attacks on Gingrich for being a politician amounts to an admission of how unsuccessful he’s been as one.
Obama’s Greatest Failing, by Arnold S. Trebach: Our president has failed every racial test he has taken.
Why Mitt Must Debate Newt, by Aaron Goldstein: Either way, he has everything to lose so why not display courage?
The Demonizing of Conservatives, by Jeffrey Lord: From Nixon to Gingrich and Cain: a list, the media, and Sunshine conservatives.
Hurtling Over a Fiscal Cliff, by Doug Bandow: Spendthrift Europe’s week of reckoning.
Let the People of Fukushima Go Home and Get Back to Work, by Theodore Rockwell: The science does not support the panic.
Crony Communism, by Ralph R. Reiland: China has come a long way on its long march.
The Descendants, by James Bowman: As good an American movie as you’re likely to see these days.
A man of faith in a godless age is hitting Americans where it hurts.
Mr. and Mrs. American Spectator Reader, let P.J. O’Rourke talk sense to your kids.
In Britain, defending your property can get you life.
It won’t take long for conservatives to scratch this presidential wannabe off their 2008 scorecard.
Was the President done in by the economy, or by the politics of the economy?