President Obama has no plans to meet with Congressional leaders today, despite the threat of a default (Politico)
The Senate will debate a Cut, Cap, and Balance bill today in anticipation of a vote Saturday (ABC News)
Yesterday’s twitter presidential debate was an abject failure (Slate)
Obama now amenable to a short-term deal to raise the debt ceiling to buy time for bigger deal (Washington Times)
Execution approved by the Supreme Court for videotaping will take place today in Georgia (ABC News)
At this point, is Tim Pawlenty hoping for a miracle?
An Intransigent President by George Neumayr: He is willing to risk default rather than pass up a chance to enact tax hikes.
How to ‘Gang’ Up Against Obama, by Quin Hillyer: Conservatives have an opening for victory.
McLuhan’s Centennial, by Joseph P. Duggan: Marshall McLuhan was born 100 years ago today. He lives on through Mark Zuckerberg.
Bachmann and the Pope, by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.: I do not know what President Obama thinks about papal infallibility, but I have my suspicions.
Gillard Smears Murdoch, by Hal G.P. Colebatch: Australia’s leftist prime minister attacks with innuendo and prejudice
Sue to Protect Your Marriage, by James M. Thunder: Ever feel like suing your husband’s weekend lover? You might have a case.
Casino Reparations, by Ralph R. Reiland: You’d have to be a Crazy Horse to take advantage.
The College Racket, by Christopher Orlet: A comical and bittersweet romp through the Republic of Absurdistan.
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