DAY'S END ROUNDUP

FROM THE BLOGS:

Wealthy Columbia Univ. donor: School told me Obama had 2.6 GPA

The Daily Caller's Neil Munro reports that an unidentified source claimed that President Obama’s Columbia University grade point average was 2.6.

Republican war on reality continues

Republicans continue to believe that tax cuts for the rich incite higher growth rates despite evidence to the contrary, according to Kevin Drum at Mother Jones.

Mayor Bloomberg: NY Marathon will go on, lights and heat elsewhere not so much

At Michelle Malkin’s blog, Doug Powers questions New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s (I) priorities becasue he failed to cancel the New York Marathon in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.

Bill O’Reilly: Colin Powell cut Obama a ‘little more slack’ because they are both black
At Think Progress, Ian Millhiser applauds Fox’s Arthell Neville for standing up to Bill O’Reilly and his comments concerning the former secretary of States’s endorsement of President Obama.


OTHER NEWS SOURCES:

Shift in proportion of white, minority vote could decide Obama-Romney race

The changing ethnic makeup of the American electorate could be a major deciding factor in the presidential election, according to The Hill's Niall Stanage.

Ambassador: Web treaty plans pushed by Iran, China could lead to censorship

U.S. Ambassador Terry Kramer warned that China and Iran are pushing for online censorship in a new telecommunications treaty. The Hill's Jennifer Martinez has more.

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