From The Washington Examiner
Examiner Editorial: Obama’s labor board bails out big unions again
Phil Klein: Will GOP allow ‘Bush tax cuts’ to become the ‘Obama middle class tax cut’?
Sean Higgins: Michigan Gov. Snyder takes on unions again
Joel Gehrke: Even after shootings and media attacks, most Americans like the NRA
Byron York: Tougher gun laws are widely acceptable but also futile
Mark Tapscott: Lisa Jackson’s departure from EPA is a victory for transparency
In Other News
The Washington Post, Possible strike at docks would cripple key U.S. ports, hurt economy: Thousands of dockworkers from Baltimore to Houston are threatening to go on strike Sunday over their pay, a move that could throttle an array of key ports and disrupt commerce at a critical juncture for the economy.
The Washington Post, Retired Gen. Schwarzkopf dies at 78: H. Norman Schwarzkopf, the four-star Army general who led allied forces to a stunningly quick and decisive victory over Saddam Hussein’s Iraqi military in the 1991 Persian Gulf War and who became the most celebrated U.S. military hero of his generation, died Thursday in Tampa. He was 78.
The Wall Street Journal, Putin Signs Ban on U.S. Adoptions: President Vladimir Putin signed a bill Friday banning U.S. citizens from adopting Russian children, raising tensions with Washington as the Obama Administration is trying to win Moscow’s support to end the war in Syria.
The Boston Globe, Rep. Edward Markey to run in Senate special election: US Representative Edward J. Markey, dean of the state’s Washington delegation, will run in 2013 for the Senate seat expected to open with the nomination of Senator John F. Kerry to head the State Department.
P.J. O’Rourke on Obama’s zero-sum world view.
Jeffrey Anderson notes that even with a five-point swing toward Mitt Romney in every state, Obama still would have won the electoral college 272 to 266.
Top 10 Heritage Research Papers of 2012
Kevin Drum says Democrats want to tax the rich while Republicans want to tax the poor.
Noam Scheiber predicts that id Obama doesn’t win a major tax hike now, some future Democratic president will.
Think Progress lists “The Craziest Republican Legislative Proposals Of 2012″