Morning Briefing: November 21
November 21st, 2011
08:42 AM ET

Morning Briefing: November 21

The 1600 Report's daily roundup of what the White House is reading this morning online and in the papers:

So that Super committee idea didn’t really work [CNN.com]

But who’s going to get the blame? [NYTimes]

Grover Norquist says it’s not him [POLITICO]

And what will the market impact be? [WashPost]

Obama gets energized in land down under [NYTimes]

While the first lady is booed at a NASCAR event [Mediaite]

Does Obama actually have to worry about his base? [WashPost]

White House taking steps to isolate Iran [WSJ]

The White House shooter’s path the extremism [NYTimes]


soundoff (One Response)
  1. Ray E. (Georgia)

    The Debt Commission are made up of Reps that are supposed to support and defend the Constutition. The Constutition hasn't been defended in 75 years. Big Social Programs that were supposed to fix everything. The !5 Trillion Dollar Federal Debt exposes all the Social Programs as a huge failure Is there an adult in the room?

    November 21, 2011 at 10:23 am |