Newspaper Roundup for Friday, February 8, 2013

February 8, 2013 - 8:05 AM

The Hill:
Obama 'prepared, eager and anxious' for sequester fight with Republicans


Boston Globe:
Mass. to lower cap on emissions by power plants

Washington Times:
Doctors feel ill winds blowing as they look closely at ‘Obamacare’
Many plan to limit their exposure to Medicare and Medicaid

Washington Post:
Krauthammer column: Call Obama’s sequester bluff
Obama’s bluff is being called and he’s the desperate party.

Chicago Sun-Times:
‘Heartbroken’ Michelle Obama to attend Saturday funeral of Hadiya Pendleton

Washington Times:
Calif. killer lauds Piers Morgan; CNN host blames ‘deranged criminality’


Politico:
Rep. Steve King: Donate to me to stop Karl Rove

Politico:
Karl Rove: More Ashley Judd attacks coming

Washington Times:
Liberals trust Comedy Central more than Fox, new poll finds
PBS is the only TV news source that more Americans trust than distrust

Washington Times:
Obama’s prayer for ‘comity’ is short-lived; Blasts GOP that same afternoon

The Hill:
Senate Democrats struggle to craft plan for sequester replacement
Looking at tax hikes and spending cuts

The Hill:
Pentagon leaders backed plan to arm Syrian rebels, but Obama said no

The Hill:
Colbert to address Dems on Friday

Politico:
Texas Gov. Rick Perry to tour California big cities, wooing businesses

Politico:
Obama headed to N.C. after State of the Union

Washington Post:
Green-friendly Europe consuming more coal

Chicago Sun-Times:
Drunks could face crackdown at South Side Irish Parade

Washington Post:
Fairfax County parent wants ‘Beloved’ banned from school system
Depicts scenes of bestiality, gang rape and an infant’s gruesome murder

USA Today:
'Redskins' deemed racial slur at Washington's American Indian museum

San Francisco Chronicle:
2nd-generation immigrants more likely Dems

Fox News:
Catholic bishops reject revised ObamaCare contraceptive rule

Politico:
Poll: Christie at 70 percent favorability

Fox News:
Community rallies behind homeowner arrested for shooting at burglar

New York Times:
Michael Bloomburg building company and charity in London
Imagines a more global life for himself after City Hall

Chicago Sun-Times:
Most of poisoned lottery winner’s estate goes to widow — brother says ‘nonsense’

New York Times:
Tunisians Prepare for Burial of Slain Opposition Leader

San Francisco Chronicle:
12-year-old boy charged in Ashton Kutcher hoax police call

New York Times:
Senate Hearing Draws Out a Rift in U.S. Policy on Syria

Philly.com:
Black man, dressed in a KKK costume walks Philly streets
Says African Americans have murdered more blacks than KKK did