The GOP is set to debate in Las Vegas tonight. (CNN)
Jon Huntsman, you may have heard, is boycotting the aforementioned debate. (Politico)
Israel and Hamas are starting a prisoner swap program. (Reuters)
The UAW is finishing up voting on a new contract with Ford Motors. (USA Today)
American Crossroads has launched a new anti-Obama ad as Obama heads to Virginia.
On the main site:
Romney Hasn’t Earned the GOP Nomination, by Aaron Goldstein: How can he be declared victor before a single primary vote has been cast? Though that’s not the half of it.
Who Do You Really Believe?, by Brian Wesbury: The real story of the financial panic of 2008 is worlds apart from the conventional wisdon.
Clark Clifford Republicans, by Jeffrey Lord: The GOP Establishment shell game: when winning is losing.
Left to Pass – Please!, by Eric Peters: Left lanes are the high speed lanes — why is that so difficult to remember?
Rolling Stone Loses It, by Hal G.P. Colebatch: There’s a danger in getting kicked in the head by a kangaroo.
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