Morning Examiner: White House cheated to sell its drilling ban

Gee, I’m so glad we finally have a White House that respects the role of science.

Where was Michele? No, not Michelle.

Cheating Holocaust victims — nice.

In Chicago, politics is a family business.

Election 2012: Big trouble for Ben Nelson, D-Neb.

Michael Steele’s days as RNC Chairman are probably numbered.

Eight House races still undecided.

One undecided race that isn’t going to break the Democrat’s way.

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