Morning Round-Up 7-29 - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Morning Round-Up 7-29
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Feature of the Day: NSA college recruiting ad, 1976

Morning Headlines

Domestic

Associated Press

  1. Trying to Save Part of Rosie The Riveter’s Factory
  2. Ariel Castro’s Son Says Life Sentence ‘Appropriate’
  3. 3 Ex-Penn State Officials Set to Go Before Judge

Politico

  1. Susana Martinez, Brian Sandoval thrive where party struggles
  2. Ken Cuccinelli seeks to turn 2012 script on its head
  3. GOP senators to Liz Cheney: We like Mike

Reuters

  1. Penn State officials face court hearing in Sandusky scandal
  2. In cash-strapped Detroit, few question sports arena funding
  3. Lew says stubborn Congress risks repeating U.S. fiscal wounds

Wall Street Journal

  1. Federal Reserve ‘Doves’ Beat ‘Hawks’ in Economic Prognosticating (7-28)
  2. Grand Bargain Eludes Budget Negotiations (7-28)
  3. More Doctors Steer Clear of Medicare (7-28)

Washington Post

  1. How the Obama campaign won the race for voter data
  2. With NSA revelations, Sen. Ron Wyden’s vague warnings about privacy finally become clear
  3. Hillary Clinton 2016 might look a lot like Barack Obama 2012

Washington Times

  1. Top Marine Gen. James Amos is accused of interfering with assault, desecration cases (7-28)
  2. Pro-gun plumbers unclog political system, gather support for historic recall votes in Colorado (7-28)
  3. CURL: Obama’s hunt for a legacy—the politics of division (7-28)

International

Associated Press

  1. Egypt Arrests More Islamists As EU Official Visits
  2. Mideast Talks to Resume Amid Deep Skepticism
  3. Pope Says He Won’t Judge Gay Priests

Reuters

  1. Wave of car bombings target Iraqi Shi’ites, killing 60
  2. Army seals off Tunis square after rival protesters clash
  3. China military puts best foot forward, plays down tensions

Wall Street Journal

  1. Israel Approves Prisoner Release (7-28)
  2. India and Pakistan Poised to Resume Peace Talks (7-28)
  3. China Plans Urgent Audit of Public Debt (7-28)

Washington Post

  1. Syrian government forces take control of Homs neighborhood in blow to rebels
  2. In Afghanistan, U.S. diplomats face oversight dilemma with troop withdrawal
  3. Peace talks set to begin after Israel aggress to free 104 prisoners  

Top Conservative Stories of the Day:

The American Conservative

  1. Justin Amash’s Revolution
  2. ‘Libertarian Populism’ Is a Stepchild of McCainism

The Blaze

  1. The 5 Most Awkward Moments During Journalist’s Contentious Interview with Muslim Author Behind Jesus Book
  2. Homeowner Charged With Attempted Murder in New Orleans After Shooting Teen He Says He Thought Was Breaking Into His Home

Breitbart

  1. Howard Dean: Please Fund Obamacare, Even Though It Can’t Work
  2. Exclusive—Mike Lee: Defunding Obamacare ‘Our Last Best Shot’ To Save Health Care (7-28)

The Daily Caller  

  1. Economy not on Organizing for Action’s ‘Action August’ agenda (7-28)
  2. George Will: Detroit doesn’t have a fiscal problem, but a ‘cultural collapse’ (7-28)

CNSNews.com

  1. Kerry to Open a New Mideast Peace Effort—With an Iftar (7-28)
  2. Both Sides in Deadly Egypt Standoff Harden Positions, Ignore US Appeals

National Review

  1. Get Read for the All-Hail-Hillary Movies
  2. Licensed to Carry  

Washington Free Beacon

  1. Analysis: John Kerry’s Carbon Footprint Is Enormous
  2. Sunday Show Round Up

Top Liberal Stories of the Day:

The Daily Beast

  1. Anthony Weiner’s Incredibly Shrinking Campaign  for New York City Mayor
  2. End the Damn Dickmanship!
  3. It’s Your Moment, Obama. Don’t Blow It.

Huffington Post

  1. Pope Francis On Gays: Who Am I To Judge Them?
  2. Jack Lew: ‘Congress Needs  To Do Its Job,’ Pass A Debt Limit (7-28)

Talking Points Memo

  1. Pope Francis Says He Will Not Judge Gay Priests
  2. No Way not Going to Happen

ThinkProgress

  1. Report: Nation’s Second Largest Radio Broadcaster Planning To Drop Rush Limbaugh (7-28)

 

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