Editors’ Picks for Feb 29

Re-Thinking Scalia’s Court, Pelosi Email Deems Obama a ‘Junior Senator’, Big Labor Strikes at Pro-TPP Democrats, and More Picks

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eCYBERMISSION is a web-based Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics competition for 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th graders. Teams propose a solution to a real problem in their community and compete for State, Regional and National Awards. Mission Challenges include Alternative Energy Sources, Environment, Food, Health & Fitness, Forces & Motion, National Security & Safety, Robotics and Technology. Teams are submitting their solutions for the 2016 competition today, February 29, 2016. About this photo: eCYBERMISSION students take the STEM Challenge Photo Credit: U.S. Army RDECOM / Flickr

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Scalding Scalia: Essay by Former Clerk for the Late Justice (Russ)

This is the toughest indictment , from a growing series of indictments, of a man who was initially lionized.

Ted Cruz Floats Trump Connection to the Mob (Klaus)

In yet another crazy development in the Republican presidential race, Ted Cruz has floated the possibility that Donald Trump does not want to release his tax returns because it could reveal his dealings with the mob.

Secrets, Lies and the iPhone: Obama’s Bizarre Secrecy Obsession (Trevin)

CIA whistleblower John Kiriakou blames John Brennan. Here’s our take on Brennan from back when he was first emerging from the shadows of the administration.

Email: Nancy Pelosi Said Dealing With Obama Was Like Dealing With ‘The Junior Senator From Illinois’ (Trevin)

The email was sent to then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton from Sidney Blumenthal, and was released with a batch of records by the State Department on Friday.

Big Labor Looks to Hit Back at Pro-TPP Democrats (Dan)

Leftist Democrats were not happy with Obama’s free-trade legislation known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Now, in an election year, pro-TPP Democrats are seeking a pushback not only from their constituents, but from Big Labor groups like the AFL-CIO.

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