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RealClearPolitics Morning Edition

The Bully From New Jersey Takes a Pass - Maureen Dowd, New York Times
Why Christie Chose Not to Run - Robert Costa, National Review
Christie's Out and the Big Winner Is Cain - Douglas Schoen, FOX News
Obama Goes on Attack, to Liberals' Delight - Nakamura & Kane, Wash Post
President's Strategy at Odds With Message - Josh Kraushaar, National Jrnl
Why Obama May Be Headed for a Big Defeat - Nile Gardiner, The Telegraph
Occupy Wall Street, Powered by Big Labor - Andy Kroll, Mother Jones
Dear Wall Street Protesters - David Freddoso, Washington Examiner
The Search for the Anti-Romney Continues - John Dickerson, Slate
Behind the Herman Cain Surge - Michael Medved, The Daily Beast
Mitt's Last Chance to Close the Deal - Martin, Haberman & Smith, Politico
Bad Track Record for Politicians Backing Stimulus - Cogan & Taylor, WSJ
U.S. "Paid a Price" on Egypt - Eli Lake, The Daily Beast
Obama the Global Idealist Has Taken Fright - Simon Tisdall, The Guardian
There's Such Thing as a Free Lunch: It's Immigration - Nick Schulz, Forbes
Don't Wave the White Flag on Green Jobs - Dan Pfeiffer, Huffington Post
Holder's Dubious History of Misleading Congress - Andrew McCarthy, NRO
Quinnipiac: Romney 46, Obama 42 | Obama 45, Perry 44

RealClearPolitics Afternoon Edition

Stimulus No Longer Stimulates - Walter Russell Mead, American Interest
US Can Rent Its Way Toward a Housing Recovery - Peter Orszag, Bloomberg
The Case for Herman Cain - Aaron Goldstein, The American Spectator
Are Republicans Ready to Date Romney? - Gloria Borger, CNN
Tea Party Movement vs. the Establishment - Ben Shapiro, Townhall
New Confederacy Rising - Theo Anderson, In These Times
Obama's Embarrassing Jobs Bill Problem - Patricia Murphy, Daily Beast
Ryan's Strong Antidote to ObamaCare - Ramesh Ponnuru, Bloomberg
Willpower: The Greatest Human Strength - John Tierney, Reason.tv
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RealClearPolitics Editorials

Fast, Furious, and False - Boston Herald
Double Trouble in Afghanistan - Washington Post
Obama Could Lose, But Who Could Win? - Chicago Tribune