Friday Morning Roundup

Read these, then get on with your weekend.

Charles Krauthammer: It’s Obama’s economy
The Orange County Register
Suddenly, the election theme has changed. The Republican line in 2010 was: He’s a leftist. Now it is: He’s a failure. The issue is shifting from ideology to stewardship.
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Obamacare Has Another Rough Day in Court
David Catron, The American Spectator
The three judges who heard the Obama administration’s legal justification for the individual mandate peppered acting U.S. Solicitor General Neal Katyal with obviously unsympathetic questions about the government’s claim that Congress has the power to order Americans to buy products from private corporations.
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Debbie Wasserman Schultz has rocky DNC start
Politico
In the four weeks since she succeeded Tim Kaine, Wasserman Schultz has been called out by four nonpartisan fact-checkers for mischaracterizing the GOP’s Medicare plan.
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Construction on entertainment complex in Chesterfield to begin
Richmond Times-Dispatch
Construction will begin next week on the first phase of a $40 million development in Chesterfield County that, when finished, will include a 56,000-square-foot entertainment complex and a hotel and spa.
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The 6 Biggest Stories in Tech, Business & Social Media This Morning
Mashable
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Check out Lynn Mitchell’s Roundup from the Washington Examiner: More Washington Examiner Friday headlines

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