President Obama will address the U.N. general assembly in New York (Bloomberg)
The Federal Open Markets Committee begins a two-day meeting to determine the Fed’s monetary stance (Forbes)
The repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell became official this morning (CBS News)
Gov. Rick Perry will challenge Obama’s foreign policy in a speech in New York City today (USA Today)
Tucker Carlson and Greta Van Susteren have a run-in over a Daily Caller article:
On the main site:
Eat the Rich, by W. James Antle, III: Or dare congressional Republicans not to.
Liberals Embrace Perry’s Christian Values, by Jeffrey Lord: ACLU, Shriver, Cuomo, Yoko Ono, Reid, Obama stand up for Texan’s beliefs.
Do Palestinians Really Want Their Own State? by Aaron Goldstein: With Mahmoud Abbas applying to the UN for Palestinian statehood, we have to ask: is he bluffing, or is he bluffing brilliantly?
Sex, Lies, and Dominique Strauss-Kahn, by Joseph A. Harriss: A brazen DSK strains credulity as he tries to get back in the game.
Obama the Greek, by Iain Murray: His jobs plan is the Greek option — and there’s no Germany to bail us out.
Catholic Controversies, by G. Tracy Mehan, III: Intellectuals keep creating them. The public keeps spreading them. Now author Stephen Gabriel is sorting them out.
Toll Roads to Obamaville, by Ralph R. Reiland: Your cost: about $3 million per jobless mile.
Why the Majors Love Mandates by Eric Peters: Once you’re “too big to fail,” you’re on Easy Street.