Wednesday Morning Roundup

Don’t Underestimate Republicans in 2012
Ramesh Ponnuru
But the Republican field isn’t weak. The three people most likely to win the Republican nomination — Mitt Romney, Tim Pawlenty and Jon Huntsman, according to — have all been governors. Two of them were governors of states that Obama carried in 2008. By contrast, the top three candidates for the Democratic nomination last time around (Obama, Hillary Clinton and John Edwards) had a combined zero days of executive experience. This time, even some long-shot Republican candidates have stronger resumes than that: Libertarian gadfly Gary Johnson, for example, was a two-term governor of New Mexico.
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Poll: More Americans fear higher national debt than default
The Washington Post
…when pressed to name their biggest concern, nearly half of respondents say they are alarmed by the prospect that the debt could grow beyond its current limit of $14.3 trillion, according to a new Washington Post-Pew Research Center poll.
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Porkulus: Cash for Tax Cheats
Michelle Malkin at
At a congressional hearing on Tuesday, federal auditors reported on the latest porkulus spending gone wild. According to a new General Accounting Office audit conducted over the past year, nearly 4,000 stimulus recipients received $24 billion in Recovery Act funds — while owing more than $750 million in unpaid corporate, payroll and other taxes.
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The 20 Best- and Worst-Paid College Majors
TIME took a look at the 10 highest- and the 10 lowest-earning majors.
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The Moon and Man at 50: Why JFK’s Space Exploration Speech Still Resonates
Fifty years ago today (May 25), President John F. Kennedy presented NASA and the nation with a historic challenge: To put a man on the moon and return him safely to Earth before the end of the 1960s.
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For God is not unjust so as to overlook your work and the love
that you have shown for his name in serving the saints, as you still do. (ESV)
~ Hebrews 6:10

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