Newspaper Roundup for Monday, March 5, 2012

March 5, 2012 - 9:56 AM

Washington Times:
‘Snowflake babies’: Obama defunds program that aids in embryo adoption

Houston Chronicle:
Gun sales boom in expectation of Obama re-election

The Daily Caller:
Secretive nationwide network gives SEIU new organizing muscle
Waging local political campaigns to publicly attack conservatives, banks, energy companies, others

Los Angeles Times:
Healthcare reforms will mandate more treatment in doctors' offices and clinics
To stay fiscally healthy, state's hospitals want fewer patients

Miami Herald:
Bar apologizes for ladies night snub of transgender woman

Providence Journal:
Sen. Whitehouse blames extreme weather on global warming

Arizona Republic:
'Basics' schools offer traditional low-tech learning
No small group projects, reading circles, computers

Arizona Republic:
Angry mother pushing new rules for fast-food child-play areas

Politico:
Timothy Dolan to Rush Limbaugh: 'Do it civilly'

Washington Times:
Limbaugh apology garners bipartisan approval

Politico:
Andrew Breitbart's last column published

Fox News/AP:
Police search for missing Wisconsin college student
Another young man disappears

Washington Times:
Grassley: Where’s report on ‘Fast and Furious’?

The Hill:
GOP and Dem lawmakers aim to assert greater control over the Federal Reserve

The Hill:
Newt Gingrich predicts high gas prices will 'crater' the economy

Fox News/AP:
US Navy rescues Iranian sailor after boat capsizes

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Temple provost's ideas for cost-cutting stir campus debate
Suggests requiring professors to teach more in lieu of other activities

The Daily Caller:
Obama courts female voters by bumping woman from commencement speech platform

Houston Chronicle:
Activists say Houston mayor, a lesbian, is becoming gay activist to city's detriment
She's pushing same-sex marriage

The Hill:
Hill Poll: Voters say no to aid for Syrian rebels and US attack on Iran

Fox News/NY Post:
New book reveals Richard Nixon's secret shrink sessions

Washington Post:
Safety concerns, industry changes push U.S. to rethink approach to food inspection

USA Today:
Canceled credit card debts come back to haunt taxpayers
Debt that is canceled or forgiven is considered taxable income

Washington Post:
Why an MRI costs $1,080 in America and $280 in France

USA Today:
GM adds natural-gas option to big heavy-duty pickups

USA Today:
Pepper Jack sales soar as buyers say spicy cheese, please

Los Angeles Times:
Doctor struggles to fill role of slain Kansas abortion provider
Dr. Mila Means aims to succeed Dr. George Tiller in Wichita

Politico:
'Snob' control: Karen Santorum guides husband on gaffe

Politico:
President Obama's muddy transparency record

The Hill:
Sen. Coburn endorses Romney for president