President Obama will travel to Hawaii, stopping in San Diego for the UNC-MSU game on the USS Carl Vinson (Politico)
Defense of Marriage Act repeal clears committee, but is doomed in the Senate (San Francisco Chronicle)
Sen. Marco Rubio didn't suffer a drop in approval ratings after Washington Post attack story on his parents' story (National Journal)
Congress will vote on Balanced Budget Amendments this month (New York Times)
"Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3" racks up $400 million in sales on its first day (USA Today)
Give Rick Perry credit for not taking himself too seriously:
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The Veterans' Jobs Crisis, by W. James Antle, III: Those willing to give all don't necessarily get jobs.
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Jerry Brown Starts to Get It Right, by Peter Hannaford: Finally he's proposed a public pension reform plan that goes in the right direction.
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