A vote against rashness (Washington Post)
Meanwhile, Europe nationalizes its banks — and that’s not good (Bloomberg)
Gwen Ifill is unfit to moderate a vice presidential debate (NRO)
Holding out the welcome mat for Ahmadinejad in the White House (Boston.com)
Low fare bus wars continue to benefit travelers (Wired)
Communism: the ultimate failure of separation of church and state (CatholicCulture.org)
Palin is too popular to give interviews — but what else is she doing? (Politico)
The bracelet Barack doesn’t want but can’t take off (WSJ)
Regulators are bullies (Townhall)
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