Herman Cain’s unconventional campaign, politics and the religious divide and more [AM Briefing]

November 7, 2011

Does Herman Cain’s unconventional campaign have potential? (National Review)

And is Herman Cain’s success as a CEO good enough for the presidency? (National Review)

If you think we’re divided on politics, take a closer look at where we are on religion and politics, writes Brookings’ E.J. Dionne. (Washington Post)

“The problem in the financial world isn’t that companies screw up; it’s that the government too often protects firms from their folly. Why is AIG, which messed up way worse than MF Global a few years back, still in business?” writes Manhattan Institute’s Nicole Gelinas. (New York Post)

“The Health care Freedom Amendment, known as Issue 3, amends the Ohio Bill of Rights to say no law or rule may (i) compel anyone to participate in a health care system, (ii) prohibit the purchase or sale of health care or health care insurance, or (iii) impose a fine or penalty for that purchase.” (Politico)

What happens with cuts to the Customs and Border Patrol? (Washington Examiner)

Room for Debate asks: Will the new ways to extract oil and natural gas buy the U.S. some time to develop renewable energy, or will they keep us addicted to dirty fuels? (New York Times)

Sure we got bin Laden, al-Awlaki and Qadaffi out of the way, but look at everything else. (New York Post)

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