President Obama will fly to Texas for a jobs bill rally and two Dallas fundraisers, and then hit up St. Louis for two more fundraisers on the way back (Politico)
New poll: Herman Cain tied with Rick Perry behind Mitt Romney in GOP field (Washington Post)
New emails reveal greater White House knowledge of Solyndra’s risks (New York Times)
Apple will launch the iPhone5 today (Chicago Tribune)
The GAO will present evidence in the Senate today that Medicare is subsidizing prescription drug abuse (New York Times)
Obama: Americans not better off than four years ago:
On the main site:
Capable of Honor: Fox at 15 by Jeffrey Lord: The network that saved honest journalism celebrates triumph over liberal media.
Warmists Think We’re Stupid, by Ross Kaminsky: But they’re not so hot themselves, as a Reason Foundation study delicately points out.
What the Heck, Let’s Tax the Rich, by Green Lantern: It will mean taxing New York and California — and exposing the president’s bicoastal, parasitical elite.
Confronting Injustice, by Quin Hillyer: In his new book, available today, J. Christian Adams chronicles lawlessness in the Obama machine.
Pledge Allegiance, by Grover G. Norquist: Thanks to the Taxpayer Protection Pledge, “taxes are off the table” — and the president can’t stand it.
Pakistan and China: Strengthening Ties, by Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi: Pakistan and China are bonding over a common enemy: the United States.
Nine Reasons Why Republicans Ought to Nominate Herman Cain, by Aaron Goldstein: As a mathematician he would teach the incumbent a thing or two about “simple math.”
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