CNS News | The president said that the people “illegally” in the United States need to be given an “incentive” to stay here and become what he called “legalized citizens.”
Daily Caller | First Lady Michelle Obama’s Princeton classmate is a top executive at the company that earned the contract to build the failed Obamacare website.
The Weekly Standard | Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin will propose a new law next week called: “If You Like Your Health Plan, You Can Keep It Act.”
UPI | The demolition of Connecticut’s Sandy Hook Elementary School has quietly begun.
Washington’s Blog | “We Ought to Come Up with a Way of Stopping It”
Michael Snyder | If your neighborhood is not as safe as it used to be, then you have something in common with the rest of the country.
The Hill | National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden on Thursday disputed Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s (D-Calif.) claim that the government’s phone record collection program is not “surveillance.”
Zero Hedge | “it’s not our fault,”
CNS News | In the fourth quarter of 2011, 49.2 percent of Americans received benefits from one or more government programs, according to data released Tuesday by the Census Bureau.
Washington Examiner | Judicial Watch told Secrets that the team was recruited by Maryland state officials to help it sell Obamacare.
London Guardian | Jofi Joseph, who was involved in Iranian nuclear talks, used Twitter to insult key members of Obama administration.
Kaiser Health News | Health plans are sending hundreds of thousands of cancellation letters to people who buy their own coverage.
Courthouse News | Immigration officials imprisoned a U.S. citizen for seven months and when she sued for the abuse tried to revoke her citizenship in retaliation, the woman claims in court.
bizpacreview.com | A cleric packing a concealed weapon confounded a craven crime at an Indiana Dollar Store Friday night, proving once again that the Lord helps those who help themselves.
CNS News | Under Obamacare, the government commands people to buy insurance.
The Hill | Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is defiant.
CNS News | Since John Boehner became speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives on Jan. 5, 2011, the debt of the federal government has increased by $3,064,063,380,067.72.
bizpacreview.com | Washintgton, D.C., police have no problem breaking the law when it comes to liberal causes.
Mac Slavo | If you think that our multi-billion dollar electrical power grids are secure and capable of withstanding a coordinated attack, think again.
The Hill | “What goes around comes around CRUZ!!” the person wrote.
Reuters | The U.S. National Security Agency failed to install the most up-to-date anti-leak software.
Daily Caller | The British multinational in charge of processing Obamacare paper applications received a hefty contract boost just days before Healthcare.gov’s disastrous roll-out.
The Hill | The federal rulemaking machine is rumbling back to life as agency officials tackle the backlog of work that was created by the government shutdown.
The Atlantic Wire | Dianne Reidy, a stenographer for the House of Representatives, managed to steal a bit of the spotlight.
Wtop.com | A federal air marshal has been arrested and accused of taking cell phone photographs underneath women’s skirts .
Washington Examiner | Federal officials did not permit testing of the Obamacare healthcare.gov website or issue final system requirements until four to six days before its Oct. 1 launch.
CNS News | The Treasury was nonetheless shoveling out $6.246 billion in salaries.
The Washington Free Beacon | Expert: ‘There’s very little bang for all this increased buck’.
Kurt Nimmo | Pain for average Americans will continue on schedule.
bizpacreview.com | The director of the National Park Service Jonathan Jarvis, acknowledged to Congress that he spoke to the White House about closing the National Mall and various monuments.
Zero Hedge | Finally – see you all again here in three months.
Julie Wilson | “They actually reiterated to me they knew he was non-violent.”
CBS 11 News | A surprising statement from one of Texas’ top leaders: President Obama should be impeached.
Washington Post | A campaign to persuade House Republicans to lift the federal debt limit collapsed.
Steve Watson | Squint hard enough and you can almost see the protest.
CBS Los Angeles | Detectives Tuesday continued their efforts to find the suspect wanted for planting dry ice bombs around Los Angeles International Airport.
CNS News | National Park Service (NPS) rangers removed the handles from some 40 public water pumps and closed restrooms.
CNS News | Bureaucracies in the Obama Administration have thus far published approximately 11,588,500 words of final Obamacare regulations.
Anthony Gucciardi | Radio host Michael Savage joins in calling for answers over secret nuke transfer.
Prison Planet.com | Sen. Rand Paul laughed off CNN’s Candy Crowley’s question Sunday about whether he’d consider leaving the Republican Party.
BuzzFeed | In a radio interview airing Sunday night, Sen. Rand Paul suggested adding changes to Social Security and Medicare into the debt ceiling debate.
Washington Times | Could roll back economic progress around the world.
NBC Washington | The protest has taken a more political tone.
Prison Planet.com | Alex breaks down the ongoing rapid trampling on freedom in the US.
Tech Dirt | Gellman and the Post refused, noting that the government’s reasons for wanting to keep the names out didn’t raise any legitimate security concerns.
The Washington Times | Arizona and the federal Interior Department agreed Friday to reopen Grand Canyon National Park for at least a week.
Gallup | Twenty-six percent believe Democratic and Republican parties do adequate job.
TechDirt | Foreign Policy magazine has an article highlighting how NSA employees are pissed off that President Obama hasn’t been defending the NSA.
Washington Examiner | “None of these suggestions [are] acceptable,” Pelosi said when asked if she might agree to delaying the individual mandate for a year.
Business Insider | After an hour-long meeting, President Barack Obama and Republicans failed to agree on a plan that would extend the nation’s debt limit for a six-week period.