Fox News and Google host a debate for the GOP candidates in Orlando tonight at 9 (Youtube)
President Obama will use the Brent Spence bridge in between Cincinnati and Kentucky as a setting for another stump speech for his jobs bill today (Politico)
House Republican leadership suffered a defeat as their continuing resolution failed yesterday evening, increasing the odds of a government shutdown (New York Times)
After his appeal for a stay of execution went all the way to the Supreme Court, Troy Davis was put to death in Georgia last night (CNN)
Rick Perry: Mitt Romney is Obama-lite:
On the main site:
Markets Shout at Operation Twist, by Ross Kaminsky: Or maybe they shrieked, as the Fed yesterday confirmed it’s helpless to prevent a double-dip recession.
A Frivolously Destructive Presidency, by George Neumayr: Toying with ideological larks defines it.
Long Live Suburbia, by Christopher Orlet: The death of Suburban America has been greatly exaggerated.
Twenty Percent, Si. Twenty-Five Percent, No., by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.: No, Mr. President, not everything Americans earn belongs to you.
The David Norris Show, by Patrick Howley: Sex and intellectualism mark the Irish presidential race. And one morally bankrupt candidate is putting on a show for the ages.
Taking a Good Look at World War II, by Aram Bakshian, Jr.: There’s no better one-volume history of the war than Andrew Roberts’ latest masterpiece.
The Labrador Doctrine, by Jed Babbin: Meet Bogey, who though much like Gus isn’t Gus the Second.