- Do or Die for Romney in Florida? By Neil Snyder. Romney must prove that GOP voters will accept him as their nominee.
- Castro and the Oil Curse, by Jaime Daremblum. Petroleum discoveries won’t fix Cuba’s underlying economic problems — or its relationship with the United States. (Read this article in Spanish here.)
- Obama in Foreign Policy Hell, by David P. Goldman. It won’t decide the 2012 election, but the meltdown of Barack Obama’s Islamophile foreign policy has to hurt.
- Should the ‘Morning After’ Pill Be Available to All Ages? By Theodore Dalrymple. The idea of handing them out to 10 and 11 year olds with no questions asked seems callous and unfeeling.
- Top Five Nasty Scary Good Pulp Fiction Writers, by Hannah Sternberg. Lots of pulp!
- On the Ground in Florida, by Ari J. Kaufman. Getting the pulse via street interviews with primary voters.
- Fisking Obama’s State of the Union Speech, by Barry Rubin. Barry Rubin’s breakdown discovers some curious insights and strange formulations in PBO’s rhetoric.
- Annals of the Nanny-State, Midwest Edition, by Roger Kimball. If the TSA is an obnoxious institution (just ask Sen. Rand Paul), it has plenty of competition from certain local police forces.
- Review: LG BD670 Blu-ray Disc Player, by Ed Driscoll. Knockout Blu-ray images, plus it makes your media room a little bit smarter, to boot.
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