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3:25 PM ET, January 30, 2012

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Newsmax Wires / NewsMax.com:
InsiderAdvantage Poll: Gingrich Surging, Race ‘Tighter Than Expected’  —  More ways to share...  Mixx  —  Stumbled  —  LinkedIn  —  Vine  —  Buzzflash  —  Newstrust  —  Technocrati  —  Forward Article  —  A new InsiderAdvantage poll conducted Sunday night of likely Republican voters …
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Quinnipiac University:
Romney Romps To 14-Point Lead In Florida GOP Primary, Quinnipiac University Poll Finds  —  Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has a 43 - 29 percent lead over former House Speaker Newt Gingrich among Republican likely voters in Florida, the nation's first big-state presidential primary …
Matt K. Lewis / The Daily Caller:
An internal Gingrich campaign memo obtained by The Daily Caller shows the campaign is planning to continue long after Tuesday's Florida primary, stating simply: “this race is just getting started.”  —  The memo, from National Political Director Martin Baker, notes Romney's lack …
Tom Jensen / Public Policy Polling:
Little Movement in Florida
American Prospect:
Gingrich Can't Lose!  —  LUTZ, FLORIDA—As Newt Gingrich plummets …
Discussion: Lawyers, Guns & Money
John Heilemann / New York Magazine:
Newt May Be Mad and Mental Enough to Fight On Long After Florida
Randy / Tea Party Patriots:
Gingrich Leads Tea Party Patriots Florida Straw Poll
Discussion: The Hill, The Daily Caller and Hot Air
Frank Newport / Gallup:
Romney Ties Obama in Swing States; Gingrich Trails
Jonathan Martinand Maggie Haberman / The Politico:
Newt Gingrich's long march
Discussion: CNN, Business Insider, Reuters and BuzzFeed
Washington Post:
Obama: The most polarizing president.  Ever.  —  President Obama ran — and won — in 2008 on the idea of uniting the country.  But, each of his first three years in office have marked historic highs in political polarization, with Democrats largely approving of him and Republicans deeply disapproving.
E .J. Dionne Jr / Washington Post:
E.J. Dionne Jr.  —  Obama's breach of faith over contraceptive ruling  —  One of Barack Obama's great attractions as a presidential candidate was his sensitivity to the feelings and intellectual concerns of religious believers.  That is why it is so remarkable that he utterly botched …
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Andrew Kaczynski / Politics:
When Obama Ran Against The Mandate  —  Democrats and conservatives alike are fond of attacking Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich for their previous support of a health insurance mandate.  But they're not the only flip-floppers: In 2008 President Obama, while debating his Democratic primary opponents …
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ProPublica:
Freddie Mac Bets Against American Homeowners  —  by Jesse Eisinger, ProPublica and Chris Arnold, NPR News … Freddie Mac, the taxpayer-owned mortgage giant, has placed multibillion-dollar bets that pay off if homeowners stay trapped in expensive mortgages with interest rates well above current rates.
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Chris Arnold / NPR:   Freddie Mac Betting Against Struggling Homeowners
Richard Hartley-Parkinson / Daily Mail:
'I'm going to destroy America and dig up Marilyn Monroe': British pair arrested in U.S. on terror charges over Twitter jokes  —  Two British tourists were barred from entering America after joking on Twitter that they were going to ‘destroy America’ and ‘dig up Marilyn Monroe’.
Howard Kurtz / The Daily Beast:
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Obama's Bodyguard  —  Meet the Democratic leader who's blasting Republicans and reaching out to a peeved Congress.  —  The chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee is running late, prepping for an MSNBC interview while she brushes her tangled mass …
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Juan Williams / The Hill:
Racial code words obscure real issues  —  Two weeks ago at the Fox News/Wall Street Journal debate in Myrtle Beach, S.C., I asked each GOP presidential candidate some pointed questions about the racial politics that will play a big role in the presidential campaign.
Discussion: Don Surber and Weasel Zippers
Alison Flood / Guardian:
Franzen warns ebooks are corroding values  —  Freedom author tells festival audience that the ‘impermanence’ of ebooks is incompatible with enduring principles  —  Jonathan Franzen has spoken of his fear that ebooks will have a detrimental effect on the world - and his belief that serious readers will always prefer print editions.
Discussion: Runnin' Scared and Althouse
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Anita Singh / Telegraph:
Jonathan Franzen: e-books are damaging society
Karen Famighetti / Media Matters for America:
Wash. Post's Parker Wildly Distorts Charitable Giving Of Obama, Romney  —  On this morning's edition of The Chris Matthews Show, panelist Kathleen Parker claimed that Mitt Romney has “give[n] away “42 percent of his income, compared to Obama, who gave away 1 percent to charity.
Rosie Gray / Politics:
State Senator Behind “Don't Say Gay” Bill Refused Service At Restaurant  —  Tennessee state senator Stacey Campfield, who recently said that it is “virtually impossible” to contract HIV through heterosexual sex, was kicked out of a restaurant in Knoxville.  He went quietly.
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
The Austerity Debacle  —  Last week the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, a British think tank, released a startling chart comparing the current slump with past recessions and recoveries.  It turns out that by one important measure — changes in real G.D.P. since the recession began …
Andrew Burton / ABCNEWS:
Santorum Child's ‘Miraculous’ Recovery  —  DELRAY BEACH, Fla. — Rick Santorum made his first public comments on the health of his youngest daughter, Isabella, this evening on a tele-town hall with voters, saying she has had a “miraculous turnaround.”  —  “She's had a miraculous turnaround …
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Helia Ebrahimi / Telegraph:
Agent Provocateur sales boosted by US First Lady Michelle Obama  —  Agent Provocateur saw sales jump by more than 12pc, helped by US First Lady Michelle Obama spending $50,000 (£31,794) in one shopping spree.  —  Michelle Obama's shopping spree caused part of Madison Avenue to be closed off
Susan Edelman / New York Post:
Disgraced teacher is worth $10M, makes $100,000 a year, does nothing, & refuses to leave  —  Hell no, he won't go.  —  In a defiant raspberry to the city Department of Education — and taxpayers — disgraced teacher Alan Rosenfeld, 66, won't retire.  —  Deemed a danger to kids …
Discussion: Hit & Run and Betsy's Page
 
 
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Caroline May / The Daily Caller:
Concerned that too many “deniers” are in the meteorology business …
Discussion: Hot Air and Weasel Zippers
Josh Putnam / Frontloading HQ:
I'll see your white knight and raise you a filing deadline. …
Jay Donovan / TechCrunch:
Flying People Spotted Over New York City...Film At Nine
Byron Tau / The Politico:
Obama campaign rolls out Square mobile fundraising platform
Pete Souza / Investor's Business Daily:
Joe Biden admits he opposed the bin Laden hit
Discussion: The Jawa Report and The Daily Dish
Robert Kuttner / The Huffington Post:
Eric Schneiderman: Hero or Goat?
Discussion: Firedoglake, Politics and US Politics
Nina Chestney / Reuters:
World lacks enough food, fuel as population soars: U.N.
Discussion: ThinkProgress and Booman Tribune
 Earlier Items: 
New York Post:
A Fast & Furious fib
Vicki Needham / The Hill:
The Hill Poll: No benefit from tax holiday, say a majority of voters
Discussion: The Impolitic and Hot Air
msnbc.com:
First Thoughts: Writing on the wall
The Politico:
The bipartisan myth  —  Every time there is divided government …
Discussion: American Prospect