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The Day Ahead: Friday, January 27
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Obama-backed car battery company, Ener1, files for bankruptcy protection (WaPo)

After a strong debate performance, 3 overnight FL polls show Mitt Romney bounced back (HuffPo)

Former Sen. Bob Dole attacks Newt Gingrich (National Journal)

Mark Levin defends Newt Gingrich as a conservative champion (The Right Scoop)

Is Romney for a mass refinancing of U.S. mortgages? (AEI)

Housing sales in 2011 dipped to record low (Market Watch)

Obama ratings are historically polarized (Gallup)

During clean energy talk in Denver, Obama encourages quiet audience to clap (Denver Post)

Most think SCOTUS will reject individual mandate (WSJ)

Q4 GDP was below expectations at 2.8%, with personal consuption at 2% (Business Insider)

Rep. Barney Frank is getting “married” (ABC News)

The coming nursing home shortage (Fiscal Times)

Is Amazon killling book publishers? (Bloomberg)

The visible hand (The Economist)

Prime Minister Harper’s plans for Canada (The Globe and Mail)

VIDEO: Again, VP Joe Biden proves he can get away with anything:

 

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