Candy, Candy, Candy I Can't Let You Go

  • Chinese students in America defend their home country in pro-China protests that seem to creep people out more than they persuade. [New York Times]
  • Memo from Barack Obama to Jeremiah Wright: NOT HELPING. [Washington Post]
  • The Supreme Court upheld an Indiana voter identification law, which prioritizes the theoretical threat of voter fraud over the theoretical threat of a burden on voters who lack photo ID. [New York Times]
  • The Mars-Wrigley merger will create a huge, closely held candy giant, beholden to no public shareholders. [Wall Street Journal]
  • According to one poll, nearly one in ten Americans say they or someone in their household decided to get married last year so that they could receive spousal health insurance benefits. [Los Angeles Times]
  • Senator Hillary Clinton's massive earmark requests for 2009, totalling $2.3 billion, have some people wondering if she plans on pivoting from losing her presidential bid to shoring up her New York base. [The Hill]
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