Good morning friends. Here’s your daily Lagniappe!
Peter Wehner for Commentary: “Conservatism Must Avoid Conformity”
John Hayward for Human Events: “Google’s wi-spy adventure”
David Frum for the Daily Beast: “Soup Nazism”
Nicholas Kristof for the New York Times: “From Peace Prize to Paralysis”
Kathryn Jean Lopez for National Review Online: “Total Recall”
Sahil Kapur for Talking Points Memo: “GOP’s Goal: Close The Gap With Women, Hispanics, Youth”
Maureen Dowd for the New York Times: “Poppy Chic”
Alexander Burns and Maggie Haberman for Politico: “Obama tests the theory of likability”
Feel free to contact me with suggestions for the next day’s Lewis’s Lagniappe.
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