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Morning Round-Up 9-9

Feature of the Day: The Cowboy of the NSA

Morning Headlines


Associated Press

1.    Obama Trying to Sway War-Weary Public on Syria

2.    Groups Race to Hire, Train ‘Obamacare’ Guides

3.    Kerry Reasserts Syria Charge Despite Assad Denial


1.    The party of hawks turns dovish on Syria

2.    President Obama’s last best hope

3.    Bill Kristol rips John Kerry over ‘unbelievably small’ Syria strike


1.    U.S. tapped into networks of Google, Petrobras, others: report

2.    NAACP president to step down by year-end: statement

3.    Time Warner to move U.S. retirees to healthcare exchanges

Wall Street Journal

1.                    Obama Hones Pitch on Syria As Opposition Rises at Home

2.                    Mideast Derails Key Issues in Congress

3.                    Diffuse Terror Groups Said to Be a Threat to U.S.

Washington Post

1.    Left behind: Stories from Obamacare’s 31 million uninsured

2.    If at first you don’t secede, it’s probably because its virtually impossible to do

3.    USDA pilot program fails to stop contaminated meat

Washington Times

1.    Weasel words? Assad says there is ‘no evidence’ he used chemical weapons

2.    Echoes of Bush: Obama shuns U.N., seeks coalition of willing (9-8)

3.    Don’t even think about it, Barack: Americans resoundingly tell Obama to stand down on Syria


Associated Press

1.    Assad Warns of Retaliation for US Strike on Syria

2.    Navalny Demands Recount in Moscow Mayoral Race

3.    NSA Evidence May Be Key to Hammarskjold Mystery


1.    Clashes renewed near Syrian capital over historic Christian town

2.    Cyprus rules out any role in any U.S.-led strike on Syria

3.    U.S. objects to Russian request for IAEA analysis on Syria reactor

Wall Street Journal

1.    Small Parties Gain Power in Australia’s Senate

2.    Economy in China Benefits from Stronger U.S. Demand

3.    Mexican President Announces Tax Overhaul

Washington Post

1.                    Egypt squeezing economic pipeline to Gaza strip

2.                    John Kerry, in London, campaigns for world to support military strike against Syria

3.                    In Afghanistan, USAID program helps grape farmers bear profitable fruit but troubles loom

Top Conservative Stories of the Day:

The American Conservative

1.    What’s the Evidence Behind the Case for War?

2.    Not Sensing the Prophetic Vibe From Syria Crisis


1.                   U.S. Spent $1,010,354,195 on Syrian Humanitarian Aid 2012-2013 (9-8)

2.                   Rand Paul: Filibuster ‘Can’t Ultimately Defeat’ Syria War Resolution (9-8)

The Daily Caller  

1.                   Newt the media-critic becomes a TV host

2.                   Who funds Syrian rebel advocate O’Bagy and the Syrian Emergency Task Force? You do

1.                   Susan Rice Will Brief Congress on Syria on Anniversary of Benghazi (9-8)

2.                   Afghan Christian Converts Should Be Executed, Afghan Lawmakers Say

National Review

1.    Tallying the House Vote on Syria

2.    How Not to Win Over Congress

Washington Free Beacon

1.                    The Right Medicine

2.                    Anonymous Announces Hack Attack Against Syria, Saudi Arabia (9-8)

Top Liberal Stories of the Day:

The Daily Beast

1.    The Reluctant Salesman: How President Obama Can Win Enough Votes on Syria

2.    NYPD on the Real ‘Enemies Within’: Going Undercover With Jihadis

3.    Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, and Their Craven and Brazen Hypocrisy on Syria

Huffington Post

1.                    Assad: U.S. ‘Should Expect Every Action’ If It Strikes Syria

2.                    Elizabeth Warren Calls Supreme Court Right-Wing, ‘Pro-Corporate’ (9-8)

Talking Points Memo

1.    Assad On Using Chemical Weapons As Response to U.S. Intervention: ‘It Could Happen’

2.    My Vision Coming to Fruition


1.                    Study Suggests Southern Slavery Turns White People Into Republicans 150 Years Later

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