Tonight is The American Spectator‘s annual dinner, featuring Rep. Paul Ryan.
President Obama will sit down for interviews with 10 anchors from local stations around the country (Politico)
The Catholic Church’s concern with Obama’s policies is, finally, penetrating the mainstream media (Washington Post)
Top Justice Department official is sorry for Fast and Furious fiasco (CNN)
More than 2 million people throughout the Northeast are still without power (BusinessWeek)
The federal government sues South Carolina over new immigration law (CNN)
The U.S. is cutting funds for UNESCO after it votes to allow Palestinian membership (CNN)
Herman Cain sings at the National Press Club yesterday:
On the main site:
‘Sources Say’ by Robert Stacy McCain: Herman Cain meets the D.C. media’s scandal factory.
Lincoln’s “Living Dog” by Jeffrey Lord: Herman Cain’s a threat to both the left and the GOP Establishment.
When Hope Fails Dopes, by David N. Bass: Is there any hope for Generation Y, the first likely to be worse off financially than its parents?
Sudan in Crisis, by Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi: South Sudan is now independent, but its northern neighbor continues to press in an Islamist direction.
Man vs. Beetle, by Mark Hyman: The Puritan tiger beetle has better lawyers than homeowners at Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay Estates.
Now It’s All About Endurance, by Michael Johnson: Real runners have found a new thrill in a strictly American challenge, the 24-hour relay race through historic sites.
So Long, Tony, by Aaron Goldstein: Tony La Russa may be retired, but now he can go back to practicing law.
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