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Morning Round-Up 2-14

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Morning Headlines


Associated Press

  1. Judge: VA. Same-Sex Marriage Ban Unconstitutional
  2. In China, Kerry Talks NKorea, Regional Tensions


  1. The school standards rebellion
  2. Obama to propose $1 billion climate fund
  3. Rand Paul needs ‘new Republican party’


  1. British police question CNN’s Piers Morgan over phone-hacking: media
  2. Obama pledges help for drought-stricken California
  3. Court overturns concealed-carry rule in blow to California gun law

Wall Street Journal

  1. After Muted Triumphs at Home, Obama Seeks Progress Abroad
  2. Health-Law Backers Push Skimpier ‘Copper’ Insurance Policies
  3. Longer Lives, More Chances to Say ‘I Do’

Washington Post

  1. Despite whispers to the contrary, 2014 is going to look a lot like 2010
  2. California takes down online health insurance exchange for small businesses
  3. All eyes on Chattanooga: VW’s workers are deciding the future of unions in the South

Washington Times

  1. Obamacare woes pit Democrat against Democrats in liberal states
  2. Cardinal Wuerl hits U.N. report on Catholic sex abuse scandal
  3. Current background checks stop very few firearm purchases

Top Conservative Stories of the Day:

The American Conservative

  1. Vermont’s Republican Radical
  2. Of Plato and iPads: Should We Use Technology in the Classroom?


  1. Open Immigration Skeptics Take Second Place in UK By-Election
  2. Media Ignore Planned Parenthood $2 Million Wrongful Death Payoff

 The Daily Caller     

  1. Massachusetts Obamacare exchange granted federal extension as director gently weeps
  2. Poll shows swing-voters hating everything Obama

  1. Archbishop: Church Will Shun Persons and Businesses Who Help Build Planned Parenthood Clinic

National Review

  1. Obamacare’s War on Jobs
  2. In Praise of the Establishment

Washington Free Beacon

  1. Wireless Threat: White House, State not pressing South Korea to avoid using suspect Chinese telecom gear
  2. Union-Backed Groups Spend Hundreds of Thousands Attacking Cotton, Jolly

Top Liberal Stories of the Day:

The Daily Beast

  1. Saudi Arabia May Go Nuclear Because of Obama’s Iran Deal
  2. Christie and Wildstein: An Online Bromance

Talking Points Memo

  1. Tom Perkins’ Latest Idea: Give the Wealthy More Votes
  2. House Republicans: Cruz Killed Immigration Reform


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