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:
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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.