Christian Post. “the people broke into groups to sort themselves by the candidates they disliked most.”
New York Post. Dept of Ed will track students’ personal info despite federal law prohibiting this.
Caffeinated Thoughts. Fear of Romney and Obama gets in the way of the right thing.
Newsmax. Iran claims to have produced their first nuclear fuel rod, surprising the West.
Military Times. The enormous challenges of geography.
Conservative News Central. “I am aware and flattered…not a candidate for president at this time.”
Des Moines Register. A look at the candidates’ tweets.
Home School Legal Defense Association. Family trying for 2 years to regain custody of their 9-year-old son.
BBC News. “…part of … efforts to reach a common ground to resume the direct negotiations.”
The Daily Caller. Mitt Romney ran pro-choice when advised that a pro-life candidate could not win in MA.
Conservative HQ. A proposed platform of conservative principles.
New York Post. 800 occupiers, hundreds surround the ambulance with the wounded officer.
Washington Post. Roberts leaves the decision to each justice.
Kansas City Star. After personhood measure failed, KFL will concentrate on incremental legislative gains.
New York Times. FBI and BATF joins state and local investigators.
Hot Air. “We have raised more money in the last few days than … in the last few months.”
The New York Times. A look at the personnel and vehicles each candidate travels with.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Almost every candidate has taken a turn as leader.
The Des Moines Register. Governors Jindal and Brownback join him on the campaign trail.
The Des Moines Register. 41% of voters are undecided; IA win still possible.
The Des Moines Register. Bachmann asks supporters for final push.
The Des Moines Register. 5 stops on Monday: “there is only one issue … individual liberty.”
The Des Moines Register. Monday, Santorum stumped at Polk City, Perry, Boone, & Altoona.