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Morning Round-Up 9-30

30 September 2013

Feature of the Day: Who Will Notice a US government shut down? Public workers, foreign governments and people with the flu

Morning Headlines


Associated Press

  1. Health Law Challenge Threatens Government Shutdown
  2. Justice Dep’t. To Sue North Carolina Over Voter Law
  3. Shutdown Impact: Tourists, Homebuyers Hit Quickly


  1. Congress in game of chicken as shutdown looms
  2. After years of crop crises, U.S. harvests beckons new era of plenty…almost
  3. SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket blasts off from California

Wall Street Journal

  1. Obama and Ryan Stay on Sidelines on Budget
  2. Inside the Nation’s Biggest Experiment in School Choice
  3. Millennials Face Uphill Climb

Washington Post

  1. Washington area could lose 200 million a day if shutdown occurs, economist says
  2. On verge of a government shutdown, all is quiet on Sunday at the Capitol
  3. How a shutdown would squeeze the White House

Washington Times

  1. Dempsey, Hagel arrive in South Korea as part of military pivot to Asia
  2. House, Senate swap stopgap spending bills in race to avert government shutdown
  3. Conservatives fear another split Republican vote, with path for Christie win


Associated Press

  1. Uneasy Gulf States Weigh US-Iran Overtures
  2. Obama To Meet With Netanyahu, Iran Likely Topic
  3. Popes John Paul II, John XXIII Canonized April 27


  1. Israel showcases Iranian spy case as Netanyahu visits U.S.
  2. Mortar shell hits Chinese embassy in Syria: state media
  3. Gunmen kill three Egyptian policemen, post video of August attack

Wall Street Journal

  1. Italian Premier Pursues Last-Ditch Rescue of Government
  2. India and Pakistan Agree to Take Steps to Ease Tension, Officials Say
  3. Discontent Within Party Tests Cameron Ahead of U.K. Elections

 Washington Post

  1. At American University of Kabul, a foreboding about the future as U.S. pullout deadline nears
  2. Chemical weapons officials say coordination with Syrian government has been efficient
  3. Russia anti-gay law casts a shadow over Sochi’s 2014 Olympics

Top Conservative Stories of the Day:

The American Conservative

  1. John Boehner’s Decline and Fall
  2. How a Shopping Mall Becomes a Killing Zone

The Blaze

  1. ‘I Asked You A Specific Question’: David Gregory Presses Ted Cruz on NBC’s ‘Meet the Press’


  1. The Atlantic: Cruz Leading Third Party of ‘Good Guys’ in Congress
  2. Rep. Steve King: Remain ‘Ever Vigilant’ Against Amnesty 

 The Daily Caller     

  1. As Obamacare exchanges open, Hollywood campaigns to enroll younger people
  2. Democrats have fought debt ceiling hikes many times

  1. House Hearing Room Bursts Out Laughing at Obama’s ‘Red Line’ on CR
  2. Kerry: Potential Terror Recruits Need ‘More Economic Opportunities’

National Review

  1. The Other Defunder
  2. The Speaker’s Slog

Washington Free Beacon

  1. Critics Dispute Global Warming Assertions Made by IPCC
  2. Homeowners United Against FEMA

Top Liberal Stories of the Day: 

The Daily Beast

  1. House Republican Hostage Takers Are Unfit to Govern
  2. How Congress Will Still Get Paid in a Government Shutdown

Huffington Post

  1. GOP Lawmakers: House Could End Standoff With Up-or-Down Vote on Clean Bill
  2. House Republicans Really Believe Democrats Will Cave on Obamacare To Avoid a Government Shutdown

Talking Points Memo

  1. Republican Senator Denounces House GOP’s Obamacare Strategy
  2. How Many Days Does the Shutdown Last?


      1. 20 Questions You Have About Obamacare But Are Too Afraid to Ask


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