Today on the Main Site:
Hillary on the Move by Ken Blackwell: The secretary of state may be angling for a promotion. Does she deserve one?
Obama’s Funny Numbers by The Prowler: Economic growth that invariably turns out stunted.
Obama in the Coils of Foreign Opinion by John R. Miller: Obama’s courting of world opinion hasn’t produced much — but that would be true of any president.
COIN-ing the SGO by Jed Babbin: Kagan gets going — and so does a return of press hostility toward the military.
McChrystal’s Secret Rebellion by Stephanie Gutmann: Was the General rejecting his own rules of engagement?
A Separate Peace? by Daniel Oliver: What’s the (New) Deal with some conservatives?
The Building by Bill Croke: The joys of urban living in picturesque small-town Idaho.
Sean Hannity’s Time for Choosing by Jeffrey Lord: The conservative primer for 2010.
Cyrus by James Bowman: Amusing enough — until it fizzled out.
What to Watch for:
Senator Byrd passes away at 92 (Politico)
Elena Kagan’s confirmation hearing begins today (Washington Post)
Obama to announce Federal effort to make available 500 MHZ of spectrum over next ten years (Mike Allen’s Playbook)
BIS warns countries over debt (WSJ)
Two Census Bureau managers fired for fabricating more than 10,000 census questionnaires (NY Daily News)
Clip of the Day:
Obama calling “bluff” on those complaining about debt