The Obama family will head to Camp David for the weekend (Politico)
Alaska will release thousands of Sarah Palin’s emails from her time as governor today (Detroit Free Press)
Newt Gingrich’s mass staff defection generates new interest in a Rick Perry candidacy (WSJ)
Mitt Romney increasingly looks like a legitimate frontrunner as the economy becomes a more prominent issue (Fox News)
Paul Ryan on fiscal and national security:
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Gambling Man by Andrew B. Wilson: Our 44th President loves to double down with your money.
Yes, States May Restrict Illegal Aliens, by Quin Hillyer: Obama Amnesty under fire in Bama, PA and Arizona.
Economic Hope Over Experience, by Ross Kaminsky: Democrats respond to the utter failure of their policies by insisting on more of the same.
Obamacare Has Another Rough Day in Court, by David Catron: DOJ attorneys face palpable skepticism in the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
Reagan, Christie, and Those Unelected Elites, by Kevin Mooney: Gov. Chris Christie has made clear to the New Jersey supreme court that the Time for Choosing has arrived.
Run, Rudy, Run, by John R. Guardiano: Yes, the former New York City mayor can win the 2012 GOP presidential nomination, and he merits conservative support.
Heat Wave, by Roger Kaplan: Paris is worth leaving if it’s via Open Skies.
Hugo the Magnificent, by George H. Wittman: What’s up with the star of the anti-U.S. Hispanic world?
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