Tuesday Morning Roundup

Read this, then get to work.

Obama’s Food Police Crack Down on Tony the Tiger
Robert Stacy McCain, The American Spectator
The Obama administration knows what’s good for your kids, which is why the regulatory power of the federal government is being employed to protect your kids from the evils of cartoon characters selling Frosted Flakes…
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The Increasingly Feeble Case for Obama’s Reelection
Mona Charen, Real Clear Politics
It isn’t quite panic yet, but the sounds emanating from Obamaland are certainly nervous. If you are David Axelrod, chief strategist for President Obama’s re-election campaign, you are well aware of your idol’s fall…
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Perry adds anti-groping bill to special session
The Houston Chronicle
Gov. Rick Perry announced he had added legislation that would make it illegal for TSA agents to engage in “intrusive touching” at airports security checkpoints without probable cause to the list of items for the legislature to consider during the special session.
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Government Needs a Low-Obama Diet
John Ransom, Townhall.com
In truth, the best diet we could impose on the country right now is denying the Obama administration both cash and regulatory authority. They’re the kids who could really use lots adult supervision and even more slimming down.
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Evangelical Men Make Great Dads
Janice Shaw Crouse, Ph.D, The Beverly LaHaye Institute via Christianity.com
Choose your measurement –– hugs, spending time with their children and participating in their activities, keeping track of where the kids are, sharing in domestic responsibilities, helping put the children to bed –– and you’ll find that evangelical Protestant men who attend church regularly make the best husbands and fathers in measurable ways.
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Born on This Day
1850 – Daniel Carter Beard, founder of the Boy Scouts of America (d. 1941)
1921 – Jane Russell, American actress (d. 2011)
1933 – Bernie Kopell, American actor
1947 – Meredith Baxter, American actress

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