Newspaper Roundup for Monday, November 7, 2011

November 7, 2011 - 9:39 AM

Washington Times:
Cain op-ed: 'When I am president...'

USA Today:
Federal borrowing mounts while household debt shrinks

The Hill:
Republican Senate leader dons flak jacket after friendly fire on spending

The Hill:
States worried they'll bear the brunt of anger over health law’s shortcomings

New York Post:
It’s crime all the time at Zuccotti Park

New York Post:
NY health plans get approval for 8% premium hike

Houston Chronicle:
“SNL” lampoons Rick Perry’s energetic speech in New Hampshire

Houston Chronicle:
Kay Bailey Hutchison says Rick Perry “was very brutal” to her two years ago
She’s not retreating from her criticism of him

The Hill:
Trumka heads to Ohio before referendum on curbing collective bargaining

Boston Herald:
Thumbs down for Occupy, Tea Party in new nationwide poll

Fox News/AP:
Thousands Protest at White House Over Pipeline

Fox News:
Ron Paul: I Don't Want to Run as an Independent

The Hill:
Boehner says Obama is inciting 'class warfare'

Fox News:
Herman Cain giving journalists ethics guidelines on how to report stories

Washington Times:
Durbin pushing for more transparency in consumer checking accounts

Politico:
Gallup Poll: Democratic ranks thinning

The Hill:
Rice: U.S. troop withdrawal from Iraq threatens US gains

Washington Post:
Federal union workers join Occupy protesters

Los Angeles Times:
Obama's campaign strategy hinges on cash

Washington Times:
Republicans poised to regain unfettered control in Richmond for the first time in a decade
Would be only the second time since Civil War

Arizona Republic:
Valley school districts change bullying rules

Politico:
Boehner passes on endorsing Romney

Fox News:
Publisher Owned by Catholic Church Reportedly Selling Porn Novels

Fox News:
New Mexico High School Teacher Put on Leave Over Student Sex Survey


St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Colleges aim to protect their names from porn links

Fox News/AP:
Geoffrey Mutai, Firehiwot Dado Win at New York City Marathon

USA Today:
Brits go nuts over possible Duchess Kate pregnancy