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Morning Round-Up 9-6
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I do not say that democracy has been more pernicious on the whole, and in the long run, than monarchy or aristocracy. Democracy has never been and never can be so durable as aristocracy or monarchy; but while it lasts, it is more bloody than either. –John Adams

Morning Headlines

Domestic

Associated Press

  1. Obama, In Europe, Still Pursuing Syria Support
  2. Family Income Not a Factor As Students Eat Free
  3. Google Argues For Right To Continue Scanning Gmail

Politico

  1. Syria poses new economic risks
  2. Iraq War groups MIA on Syria
  3. U.S. giving China a free pass on Syria?

Reuters

  1. New Snowden documents say NSA can break common Internet encryption
  2. U.S. intercepts Iranian order for attack on U.S. interests in Iraq: report
  3. Faster U.S. job gains expected, may spur Fed to cut stimulus

Wall Street Journal

  1. Financial Crisis Anniversary: For Corporations and Investors, Debt Makes a Comeback
  2. Summers Faces Key ‘No’ Votes If Picked
  3. California Prisoners End Hunger Strike

Washington Post

  1. Obama, from Russia, urges U.S. lawmakers to back strike on Syria
  2. Agency meeting on transparency closed to public
  3. President Obama’s Syria problem: Congress is getting an earful from constituents

Washington Times

  1. Proxy war: A U.S. strike on Syria is a haymaker at Iran
  2. After years of decline, U.S. births leveling off?
  3. Low-cost insurance could lead to high medical bills

International

Associated Press

  1. Cameron, Ban Drum Up Aid for Syrian Civilians
  2. Labs Seeking Sarin Chemical Signature: 99-125-81
  3. In South Egypt, Islamists Take Over A Town

Reuters

  1. Obama stands firm on Syria air strikes, G20 summit divided
  2. Egypt set for legal action against Brotherhood as protests promised
  3. China says Syria crisis can’t be resolved with military strike

Wall Street Journal

  1. U.S. Strike Kills Leader of Afghan Insurgent Group
  2. Push Intensifies for House Backing on Strikes
  3. U.S. Decided Not to Horse-Trade With Russia on Syria

Washington Post

  1. Top Iranian officials take to Twitter
  2. Report says millions in U.S. aid funds for Afghan health projects are being wasted
  3. Militants attack Afghan Shiite mosque

Top Conservative Stories of the Day:

The American Conservative

  1. A Coptic Exodus From Egypt
  2. Syria’s War Redraws America’s Political Map

The Blaze

  1. Rush Limbaugh Lets Loose on Obama Over This ‘Psychopathic’ Statement
  2. AP Reporter’s Brutal Syria Question for State Department Spokeswoman

Breitbart    

  1. Tea Party Groups Nationwide United Against American Attack on Syria
  2. Missing 20,000 North Korean Prison Camp Inmates May Have Starved to Death (9-5)

The Daily Caller  

  1. Woman informing Kerry, McCain’s opinions on Syria also an advocate for Syrian rebels
  2. Lebanon swamped by Syrian civil war

CNSNews.com

  1. Church Leaders: Syrian Christians Need Help, Not Military Intervention
  2. GOP Sen. Rob Portman Backs Gay Adoption, Silent on Fate of IVF Human Embryos

National Review

  1. Unserious Commander-in-Chief
  2. Clear-Cut Stupidity on Syria

Washington Free Beacon

  1. Exchanges Increasing Outreach Ahead of Scheduled Opening
  2. Ron Paul Confirms He Will Speak at Conference Organized by Anti-Semitic Group (9-5)

Top Liberal Stories of the Day:

The Daily Beast

  1. Nina Khrushcheva on the Importance of the G20 in St. Petersburg
  2. Destroying Syrian Chemical Stockpiles Won’t Be Easy, May Kill Civilians

Huffington Post

  1. House Greets Syria War Resolution With Intense Skepticism; Vote Could Go Down (9-5)
  2. Donald Rumsfeld Says Iraq War Intelligence ‘Part of the Problem’ With Syria, But Denies Manipulation (9-5)

Talking Points Memo

  1. McCain Berated Over Syria At Arizona Town Halls
  2. Tag Teaming Mitch

ThinkProgress

      1. Top House Republican Rewrites History, Claims Reagan Stood Up To Chemical Weapons Use

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