Friday, December 5, 2008

Political Headlines - Real Clear Politics

The Unhappy Consensus for a Big Stimulus - Michael Kinsley, Time
What Would Keynes Do? - Bruce Bartlett, Forbes
Detroit Needs a Bailout NOW - John Judis, The New Republic
Enough Nonsense from the Automakers - Rich Galen, Mullings
Obama Moves Neither Left or Right, but Forward - Gerald Seib, WSJ
Obama Goes Progressive with Pick for Trade Rep - John Nichols, Nation
Will the New Congress Over-Regulate? - Charlie Cook, National Journal
Obama's First 100 Days Begin Early - The Economist
India's Woeful Handling of the Attacks - Edward Luttwak, LA Times
Cheers to the 21st Amendment! - Jacob Grier, American Spectator

RCP Morning Edition

'At Least Bush Kept Us Safe' - Peggy Noonan, Wall Street Journal
Obama's New World Order - Karen Tumulty & Mark Thompson, Time
Team of Heavyweights - Henry Kissinger, Washington Post
Hillary's Eleanor Roosevelt Moment - Ellen Goodman, Boston Globe
Obama's Big, Difficult Decision on Education - David Brooks, NY Times
Squeeze Shouldn't Stop Long-Term Spending - E.J. Dionne, Wash Post
Help Mississippi, Not Michigan - Joel Kotkin, Forbes
The Big 3 Might Get It This Time - Mike Madden, Salon
Obama's Environmental Test - Kimberley Strassel, Wall Street Journal
Obama's Afghan Dilemma - Robert Dreyfuss, The Nation
Historic Progress in Iraq - Charles Krauthammer, Washington Post
What Lies Beneath: 'When America Leaves' - Bobby Ghosh, Time
Bush Revises His History - Eugene Robinson, Indianapolis Star
They Won't Give Him Credit - Mona Charen, National Review
Should Chris Matthews Leave His Show? - Michael Calderone, Politico
The GOP Needs Jeb in the Senate - Peter Robinson, Forbes
How to Solve the Piracy Problem - Douglas Burgess, New York Times
RCP Blog: Minnesota Senate Update


Reform or Status Quo for Education Secty? - Washington Post
Reality Check for Detroit - New York Times
Protectionist Was a Bad Choice for Trade Post - Los Angeles Times
U.S., India Becoming Best Of Friends - Investor's Business Daily


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