President Obama will travel to Scranton to promote the payroll tax cut extension (USA Today)
A new poll has Newt Gingrich far ahead in Florida (Florida Times-Union)
Police in L.A. and Philadelphia clear Occupy camps (CNN)
The New York Times has a piece trying to show that Gingrich was a lobbyist, not just a consultant.
The administration has launched a campaign to crack down on counterfeit goods (CNN)
Mitt Romney went on Bret Baier’s show last night, and got called out for having the same immigration stance as Gingrich:
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Is Vegas Burning? by Andrew B. Wilson: Can Sin City survive without the gift of free water?
Ambush Election Prevention, by Ivan Osorio & F. Vincent Vernuccio: The House votes to prevent the Obama NLRB’s latest pro-union power grab.
A Mack by Any Other Name, by Larry Thornberry: Is the now officially running U.S. Senate candidate Connie Mack IV a genuine conservative champion — or simply the beneficiary of good name recognition?
Entitlement Reform Revolution, by Peter Ferrara: Newt Gingrich has proposed the most cutting-edge solution to our fiscal crisis.
A Federal Black Friday, by Iain Murray: Raising taxes is not the only way big government could raise revenue.
Vice Economics, by Bill Croke: Playing the lottery could use some perspective.
Two Cheers for The World According to Cheney, by Aram Bakshian, Jr.: There’s no giving up on Dick Cheney.
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