1. From founders to decorators, Facebook riches (New York Times)
Facebook's public offering will make a lot of billionaires and millionaires, writes Nick Bilton.
2. The income inequality faced by LGBT families (Washington Post)
Some American families are at a greater disadvantage than others simply because of whom the adults in those families love, writes Jonathan Capehart.
3.. The attack the GOP should be waging against president (Boston Globe)
It's impossible to claim that Obama is both a socialist and also a pawn of Wall Street - and by opting for the former, Republicans have probably chosen the weaker line of attack, argues Joshua Green.
4. Romney, Gingrich and the Power of Ideas (Wall Street Journal)
The front-runner is tilted too heavily toward biography and not nearly enough toward policy, says Karl Rove.
5. When streamlined isn't better (Politico)
Obama's team should not mistake slight reductions in personnel and budgets for the creation of more effective and responsive government institutions, argues Robert Mosbacher JR.
6. Mitt Romney won in Florida but lost overall (Washington Post)
Romney's decisive victory in Florida came at a price, says E.J. Dionne Jr.
7. What's a Republican Feminist To Do? (New York Times)
In the winter line-up of Republican presidential candidates, a moderate pro-choice Republican woman has no choice, writes Jamie Stiehm.
8. Looking for morning America (Miami Herald)
Under Reagan, optimism about the future was the Republican brand. But that brand has curdled in the ensuing 30 years, writes Leonard Pitts Jr.
9. US should be urging Iraqi's release (Philadelphia Inquirer)
The Whitehouse should use its influence to ensure the release of Dr Riyadh al-Adhadh, writes Trudy Rubin.
10. Catholic Church's unfair attack against Obama (Boston Globe)
Last Sunday, the Catholic Church declared war on President Obama, writes Joan Vennochi.