Morning Round-Up 8-14 - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Morning Round-Up 8-14
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Feature of the Day: Richard Nixon Talks to Pat Buchanan

Morning Headlines

Domestic

Associated Press

  1. Study: Half Who Now Buy Own Health Plan To Get Aid
  2. Cop Cams Ordered to Help NYC Fix Stop-And-Frisk
  3. Another Nuclear Stumble by Air Force Raises Doubts

Politico

  1. Donald Trump’s circus is back in town
  2. Bipartisan blame for administration staffing snarl
  3. Marco Rubio returns on immigration reform

Reuters

  1. U.S. schools face tough decisions on Obamacare benefits
  2. U.S. soldier Manning could break silence as WikiLeaks trial nears end
  3. Oklahoma governor won’t says won’t intervene quickly in Cherokee adoption case

Wall Street Journal

  1. Companies Spruce Up Neighborhoods, Putting Gentrification Into Overdrive (8-13)
  2. U.S. Moves to Ground Big Air Merger (8-13)
  3. U.S. Agrees Not to Prosecute ‘London Whale’ (8-13)

Washington Post

  1. Cory Booker wins New Jersey Democrat primary election
  2. Kerry eases into vacation mode
  3. Obama pushes ambitious internet access plan for schools

Washington Times

  1. Obama’s ‘soft power’ policy in a world of hurt (8-13)
  2. Cory Booker on Twitter high from primary win: ‘This is our victory’
  3. Can this be true? Most Americans say they’d stick to their jobs if they won $10 million

International

Associated Press

  1. Egypt Police Storm 2 Pro-Morsi Camps in Cairo
  2. Eurozone’s Longest-Ever Recession Comes to An End
  3. Politics Bog Release of American Jailed in NKorea

Reuters

  1. Two Koreas agree to restart shuttered factory park
  2. Talks to resume as Israel frees Palestinians, pursues settlements
  3. Bahrain imposes tight security on planned day of protest

Wall Street Journal

  1. Israelis, Egyptians Cooperate on Terror (8-13)
  2. BOE Not Unanimous on Guidance
  3. For President, Karzai Floats Islamist with bin Laden tie

Washington Post

  1. South Korea goes after the fortune of Chun Doo Hwan, its last military strongman
  2. Egypt’s new leaders push ahead with transition, enforce authority with 20 new governors
  3. Kerry says he expects Mideast talks to proceed despite latest tensions

Top Conservative Stories of the Day:

The American Conservative

  1. How al-Qaeda Succeeded Last Week

The Blaze

  1. Sen. Rubio, ‘You Know Nothing About Our Border’: Arizona Sheriff Hammers Immigration Bill Supporters and Offers Revealing Picture of the Border (8-13)
  2. ‘House N*****’: ESPN Fires Host After He Allegedly Used Racial Slurs, Threatened to Beat Up Co-Host in Drunken Meltdown

Breitbart    

  1. Piers Morgan: I Don’t Want All American Women Armed with Guns
  2. Filmmaker of ‘Innocence of Muslims’: Obama Administration Irresponsible

 The Daily Caller 

  1. Protests and insults for Weiner in New York mayoral debate
  2. Mark Levin: ‘Entrenched’ Republican ‘losers’ may cost GOP the House in 2014

CNSNews.com

  1. Treasury Ran $98 Billion Deficit in July—But Debt Stayed Exactly $16,699,396,000,000
  2. John Kerry: ‘This Little Thing Called the Internet…Makes It Much Harder to Govern’

National Review

  1. No Conference
  2. Gay-Rights Hypocrisy

Washington Free Beacon

  1. China Conducts Another Mobile ICBM Test
  2. Lawsuit Challenging Obamacare Subsidies Moves Forward (8-13)

Top Liberal Stories of the Day:

The Daily Beast

  1. Palestinian Prisoners Released on the Eve of Peace Talks
  2. Hillary 2016 Brings Back Boomer Clinton Rage
  3. ‘Safe Passage’ Signs Are a Signal That Chicago Has Surrendered

 Huffington Post

  1. Egyptian Security Forces Clear Pro-Morsi Sit-Ins
  2. Mitch McConnell’s Cyber Fears Not Delaying Obamacare in Kentucky (8-13)

Talking Points Memo

  1. Conservative Pollsters to GOP: Don’t Worry About Shutdown, Defund Obamacare!
  2. The Day in 100 Seconds

ThinkProgress

      1. Until Last Week, The Official Policy of One Virginia City Was to Assume All Rape Victims Were Lying

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