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AM Briefing (9/20/11): Buffett, Chavez and his plans, Romney-Perry foreign policy debate and more

Hugo Chavez may be recovering from cancer, but other evidence points to the likelihood that he’s bracing for a fight on several fronts (Washington Times)

Marc Thiessen wants to see a Romney-Perry foreign policy debate and he’s already got the questions lined up (Washington Post)

All the ways in which we are not having an honest debate about defense cuts (Politico)

The New York Times Room for Debate asks: What role, if any, does tax policy play in creating a wealth gap in the United States? (New York Times)

All the reasons holding up Buffett as an example doesn’t work. (New York Post)

Thomas Sowell: Social Security is a Ponzi scheme and it needs a plan (National Review)

Jonah Goldberg insists that needy Americans are better off when the government isn’t involved. (LA Times)

Allen McDuffee writes about politics and policy and covered think tanks for The Washington Post from 2011 to 2013. He freelances and hosts a podcast at and is currently working on a book about the influence of think tanks in Washington.


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