Politico: "Joe Biden, Bill Daley warned of contraceptive backlash"
New York Times: "Surplus Surprises Michigan, but Is It Safe to Spend Again?"
New York Times: "Obama Tries to Ease Ire on Contraception Rule"
Washington Post: "Tim Kaine splits with Obama on birth control rule for religious groups"
Byron York: "Santorum good day could scramble race again"
Washington Free Beacon: "Chinese Communists Influence U.S. Policy Through Ex-Military Officials"
Margie Omero: "Questioning the Question Order in the Latest Horserace Poll"
Al Hunt: "Team Obama Shows Dangerous Penchant for Hubris"
Ross Douthat: "Government and Its Rivals"
Karl Rove: "Romney, Gingrich and the Power of Ideas"
Mickey Kaus: What does Obama do all day?
Real Clear Politics: "Dem Congressman: West 'Not Representative Of African-American Community'"
Theodore B. Olson: "Obama's Enemies List"
Washington Examiner: "Holder's fantastical claim about 'Fast and Furious'"
Associated Press: "The nation's leading breast-cancer charity, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, is halting its partnerships with Planned Parenthood affiliates - creating a bitter rift."
Jonah Goldberg: "Obama’s Vision for a Spartan America"
Charlie Spiering: "Newt goes negative using Huckabee"
Washington Times: "Issa calls for second prosecutor to testify about ‘Fast and Furious’"
Joel Kotkin: "The Last Patrician: Romney Falls From Favor as America Loses Faith in Old Money"
Ace of Spades: "Straight-Shooter Jon Stewart: I Can't Believe Mitt Romney Makes $57,000 Per DayThat's So Much More Unbelievable Than My Own $41,000 Per Day"
Rick Perry ain't backin' down on his tough Turkey talk.
Some pretty arresting photographs of the Costa Concordia wreck.
So, um, how about Colbert 2012?
We can just call him Rick "McLovin" Santorum from now on.
Kevin WIlliamson: "Obama: Incompetent or Evil?"
Fortune: "Gingrich's 'Bain bomb' fizzles"
Holman W. Jenkins Jr.: "Racism Is Everywhere . . . Statistically"
Nate Silver: "Romney Looks Strong in South Carolina and Beyond"
Politico: "Newt Gingrich: I crossed the line"
Philip Klein: Newt spox: "the phrase 'I crossed the line' was never uttered by Newt, despite the headline from Politico."
ABC News: Romney's still the clear frontrunner in New Hampshire
Yuval Levin: "Romney and Bain"
Wall Street Journal: "Republicans can turn media bias to their advantage"
The Daily: "Liberal diatribe on the financial crisis and tea party needs reality check when it comes to austerity that wasn’t"
Business Insider: "An Alarming Development In China That Everyone Has Missed"
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