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Non-profits and politics, Herman Cain at AEI and more [AM Briefing]

Do these 501(c)4 organizations deserve non-profit status? (LA Times)

Herman Cain to address the American Enterprise Institute this morning. (Washington Post)

Room for Debate asks: Politicians say their religion guides them, so it’s fair to ask: What exactly would a Christian platform look like? (New York Times)

“[W]e believe that Israel’s substantial contributions to U.S. interests are an underappreciated aspect of this relationship and deserve equal billing to shared values and historical responsibility as rationales for American support of Israel.” (LA Times)

Heritage’s James Carafano shares some of his thoughts after observing the border at Laredo, TX. (Heritage)

10 reasons why Russia still matters (Politico)

AEI’s Michael Barone says of Obama’s foreign policy: “Obama seemed to think that the replacement of an uncouth Texan by a nuanced African American would convert determined enemies of the United States — a supposition that is one of those irritable mental gestures that pass for thought in the faculty lounge.” (National Review)

“The battle lines of the 2012 election will be the most sharply ideological in at least a generation.” (The Hill)

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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