One: Is the Obama administration lawless? In "The Reparations administration," Doug Ross points to four factors that qualify the Obama crowd as operating outside the law: Racial and gender quotes in Obamacare and the Obama-Dodd-Frank financial reform bill, the New Black Panther case dismissal, and the refusal to secure the U.S. border with Mexico against the drug cartels.

Two: Are you ready for the stoning of Sakineh Mohammadie Ashtiani in Iran? Ed Morrissey at Hot Air looks at the latest example of Iran's continued use of one of the Muslim world's most barbaric methods of execution, in this case against a 43-year mother accused of adultery.

Three: Christopher Chantrill at The American Thinker wonders if conservatives will be up to their biggest task after Obama, Reed and Pelosi are finally tossed aside by voters? And, no, that task isn't rebuilding a free economy, restoring individual liberty, or reviving U.S. prestige abroad, important as those things are. No, the biggest task will be national reconcilliation of a political culture torn apart by the most divisive White House in memory.