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Morning Round-Up 7-24
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He called a child, whom he put among them, and said, “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. Mt 18: 2-3

Morning Headlines

Domestic

Associated Press

  1. Weiner Faces New Scandal, Now With Wife At Side
  2. Backers of Surveillance Program Battle a Challenge
  3. Obama To Try to Focus Public Attention on Economy

Politico

  1. The new power triangle
  2. Denis McDonough to Democrats: We’ve got this
  3. 5 things to watch in Obama’s economy speech

Reuters

  1. Snowden granted papers needed to leave Moscow airport: source
  2. Fight over Detroit bankruptcy begins in federal court
  3. Obama returns to Galesburg, a case in point for a spending appeal

Wall Street Journal

  1. U.S. Readies SAC Charges
  2. Approval of Obama, Congress Falls in New Poll
  3. FDA Cites Likely Risks of Menthol Cigarettes

Washington Post

  1. Defense firms weathering budget cuts more easily than expected
  2. Obama’s new Cabinet to have fewer minorities
  3. Poll: Privacy concerns rise after NSA leaks

 Washington Times

  1. Energy Department nominee struggled with financial management at NASA
  2. Records of Christine O’Donnell tax snooping disappear
  3. Homeland security nominee is linked to visa for Chinese investor

International

Associated Press

  1. Pope Wants To Be With People; Clergy Want Him Safe
  2. Egypt: Army Chief Seeks Mandate To Fight Violence
  3. Afghans Flee to India, But Life Remains Tough

Reuters

  1. Japan scrambles jets after China flies by southern islands
  2. Gunmen shoot dead nine policemen in northern Iraq
  3. Egypt army raises pressure on Islamists with call for rallies

Wall Street Journal

  1. Why Retailers Don’t Know Who Sews Their Clothes
  2. As Pope Drops Defenses, Concerns Mount
  3. Signs Suggest China Warming to Idea of Stimulus

Washington Post

  1. Philippines pushes back against China
  2. Whites-only enclave resurrects old pains
  3. Displaced Syrians stranded along Jordanian border, humanitarian crisis feared

Top Conservative Stories of the Day:

The American Conservative

  1. How Not to Watch ‘Copperhead’
  2. Jonesing for Relief from Port Protectionism

The Blaze

  1. North Carolina Lawmakers Pass Sweeping New Gun Laws
  2. ‘Just Total Nonsense’: GOP Congressman Battles Push For Atheist Chaplains in the U.S. Military

Breitbart

  1. After Second Explosion, Will Weiner’s Polls Still Rise?
  2. San Diego Clerk Sues Over Gay Marriage  (7-23)

The Daily Caller  

  1. When will Jeffrey Zients return from South Africa? (7-23)
  2. NY Times editorial board: Weiner should drop out of NYC mayoral race

CNSNews.com

  1. Dempsey Offers Options on Dealing With Syria, Says Risks Include Empowering Jihadists
  2. White House: Congress Trying to ‘Trump Up Phony Scandals’

National Review

  1. Obama on Winning Coach: ‘He Didn’t Do Any of This Alone’
  2. Michelle: ‘While Food Might be Love, the Truth is We Are Loving Ourselves and Our Kids to Death’ (7-23)

Washington Free Beacon

  1. Israel Angered by U.S. Leaks of Submarine Missile Attack on Syria
  2. Gen. Martin Dempsey Warns U.S. Intervention in Syria Will Trigger Wider War (7-23)

Top Liberal Stories of the Day:

The Daily Beast

  1. Carlos Danger Should Sink Anthony Weiner but He (So Far) Refuses to Go
  2. Time for Obama to Admit He Was Wrong and Start Fixing the Economy
  3. Don’t Repeal Any Laws, Repeal John Boehner

Huffington Post

  1. Jim Sensenbrenner, GOP Voting Rights Act Champion, Fears Black Panthers Case Will Stop Reform (7-23)
  2. Black Congressmen Discuss Their Daily Struggle With Discrimination in America (7-23)

Talking Points Memo

  1. The Man Who Made Gov. Bob McDonnell ‘Deeply Sorry’
  2. False Consciousness

ThinkProgress

      1. National Review Tells Young Whites To Avoid Blacks, Again

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