- Yesterday, Kuwaiti protesters stormed Kuwait's parliament and marched on the PM's house, demanding his resignation.
- In the wake of the Free Syrian Army's attacks on military installations in Damascus, Sergei Lavrov has compared the situation in Syria to a civil war. The Economist reported at the end of October that defections from Syria's army were increasing and others have speculated that Wednesday's attacks indicate that the FSA has achieved an operational critical mass.
- A bizarre political drama is playing out in Pakistan today, after reports of serious intrigue involving a Pakistani business man, the Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Pakistani Ambassador to the United States, and, potentially, Zadari himself.
- Congress: always looking out for the kids.
- Gingrich, back from the dead. Meanwhile, Cain's unbearable lightness of policy is catching up to him.
- Look, I don't like Speaker Boehner, but I don't understand why Politico is making fun of him crying. Two things: 1. I don't have a problem with a man being overcome by patriotism or inspiration in the face of someone who, you know, went to the moon; 2. we all know Boehner cries at the drop of a hat.