DAVID AXLELROD goes off deep end on FOX NEWS SUNDAY over killing of US Ambassador -- defends administration actions. White House parses the word "we" as used by Joe Biden in debate; says "we" meant that Obama and Biden were not asked for additional security. Ambassador's father (probably a Democrat) doesn't want son's death politicized. Too bad; this is a major international incident and we have to discuss it. DEMOCRATS insisting that w should keep politics out of it and let the administration investigate himself. Bob Schieffer (Face the Nation) fires tough questions at Elijah Cummings, who goes out of his way to protect the administration.
NEWT GINGRICH ON PARTY ESTABLISHMENT: Charges that GOP big-wigs saw rape comment as easy way to get rid of "troublemaker" Todd Akin. The former Speaker says he is distrustful of the party bosses.
GEORGE WILL: Dallas Fed head would make GREAT Sec Treasury -- why? Because he wants to end "too big to fail" and break up the nation's 5 or 6 biggest banks that control so much of the nation's wealth and yet are protected from failure.
FLORIDA SCHOOL BOARD PASSES RACE BASED agenda, essentially saying Hispanics and blacks are not as smart as Asians and whites. Civil right's leaders are livid. They should be. ARLEN SPECTER dies at 82 -- Senator concocted "single-bullet theorty" in JFK assassination probe' switched parties and infuriated conservatives.
SOUTHERN POVERTY LAW CENTER at odds with the AMERICAN FAMILY ASSOCIATION over anti-bullying school program. AFA says the promotion is a homosexual normalization procedure. SPLC calls AFA a hate group.
A GIANT LEAP FOR MANKIND! Felix Baumgartner jumps from space, igniting the American spirit of exploration and adventure that Obama seemingly had killed.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Texas Tech and Oklahoma going up! Kansas State manages to stay unbeaten. But Texas, Baylor and West Virginia take lopsided losses. EXPECT A COACHING CHANGE AT TEXAS. Mack Brown has done well, but it's time for a younger, more in-tune coach who can motivate the great players that Texas recruits.