The possibility of sectarian strife in Syria is increasingly a threat (New York Times)
President Obama will visit Puerto Rico today to meet with Gov. Luis Fortuno and hold a fundraiser (Politico)
Marco Rubio will give his maiden speech on the Senate floor (Politico)
Biden meets with deficit group again at 2 p.m. (Washington Post)
Michele Bachmann announces:
Today on the main site:
Is Mitt Romney the New Nelson Rockefeller? by Jeffrey Lord: RomneyCare, global warming stances casting candidate as Lord Voldemort of GOP race.
Rumble Foreign Policy, by W. James Antle, III: Wars once again divide Republicans, restarting a conservative debate.
National Public Internet: The Prowler: The Obama plan to create a government-run “competitor” to private broadband companies.
It’s a Jungle Out There, by Thomas J. Craughwell: Our deer problem and yours — and the mountain lion’s.
Undercounting the Joblessness, by Ralph R. Reiland: Those numbers aren’t a bump in the road — they’re a Mt. Whitney.
Miami Overcome By Heat, by Jay D. Homnick: Another fainting spell by King LeBron.
My Ecumenical Summer, by Patrick O’Hannigan: Two recent books of advice for Christian fathers of young teens with all the usual attitudes.
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