US Press: pick of the papers
The ten must-read opinion pieces from today's US papers.
1. A State of the Possible plan for Obama (Los Angeles Times)
Given the likelihood of resistance from Republicans in Congress, the president should devote his energies to meaningful but less polarizing measures that could help the economy, says this editorial.
2. How Gingrich's unruly mind could benefit Obama (Washington Post)
Where is the Democratic Gingrich? Asks Richard Cohen.
3. Newtzilla conquers all? (Los Angeles Times)
Newt Gingrich has remarkable healing powers, and his atomic breath is formidable. Will it be enough? Asks Jonah Goldberg.
4. Romney and the Burden of Double Taxation (Wall Street Journal)
The disclosure of tax returns can be a teachable moment for the GOP candidates, John Berlau and Trey Kovacs argue.
5. Newt Gingrich is no Saul Alinsky (Politico)
If Saul Alinsky weren't already dead, he'd die to get a piece of Newt Gingrich, writes Nicholas Von Hoffman.
6. Obama needs fiscal 'courage' (USA Today)
The president's State of the Union Tuesday night, and his budget submission to follow, could be his last chance to rally the country behind needed reform, argues Sen. Jeff Sessions.
7. SOTU or campaign speech? (Politico)
The congressional podium is not a campaign stump, writes Reince Priebus.
8. TSA's intrusions undermine security (Washington Times)
Senator or not, we're all stripped of our freedom and dignity, says Sen. Rand Paul.
9. On this night, boring Mr. Safe was brilliant (New York Post)
The prospect of being flattened by the Newt Gingrich steamroller wonderfully concentrated Mitt Romney's mind during last night's NBC debate, says John Podhoretz.
10. Romney Can't Rumble (New York Times)
Mitt Romney just doesn't know how to rumble, argues Charles M. Blow.