President Obama will meet with Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg of Norway at the White House (Politico)
Rick Perry makes a flat tax the centerpiece of his domestic agenda (CNN)
Yesterday’s escaped-exotic animal drama in Ohio ended with almost all the animals killed (CNN)
Hillary Clinton is in Pakistan to pressure the government on Islamists within the country’s borders (Wall Street Journal)
Obama has raised more cash from Wall Street than any GOP hopeful (Washington Post)
Herman Cain on Occupy Wall Street:
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Romney’s Lawnmower Problem, by George Neumayr: Why did a petty attack unnerve him?
Claptrap Legislation, by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.: Liberalism’s undemocratic streak has become its dominant feature.
Empty-Headed Protest, by Ron Ross: The OWS protesters know what they’re against, but not what they’re for.
Don’t Know Much About History, by Larry Thornberry: Republicans and Black Americans — a better story than you’ve heard.
Free College, by Christopher Orlet: How much would tuition cost us if it were free?
Tough Call, by Jay D. Homnick: Some of the worst murderers alive today were exchanged for Gilad Shalit.
Trust but E-Verify, by Rep. Lamar Smith: We are a nation of immigrants. But we are also a nation of laws.
Who Decides What Is Evil? by Michael Johnson: It turns out that Islamic terrorists are not evil after all, only wicked.
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