Daily Flog: Powell confined to Barack's; oil prices, Red Sox, confidence in economy all fall
With the price of oil falling, we don't need to step up that unnatural development of wind and solar power.
Go get that fossil fuel. Burn, baby, burn! Burn that Mother Earth down!
For a second there, we thought that the rate of global warming might ease because gas prices were soaring.
Now we can all get our SUVs off the blocks, just in time for winter.
Meanwhile . . .
NO PARTICULAR ORDER:
Washington Post: 'Parents press states for autism insurance laws'
Wall Street Journal: 'Halliburton Swings to Loss'
Washington Post: 'As Fuel Prices Fall, Will Push For Alternatives Lose Steam?'
N.Y. Times: 'Many Holes in Disclosure of Nominees' Health'
L.A. Times: 'Majoring in video games'
Guardian (U.K.): 'Confidence at record low as slump looms'
N.Y. Post: 'DROWN NIGHTMARE'
Wall Street Journal: 'Europeans Step Up Bank Bailout'
Washington Post: 'Shiite Bloc's Demands Stall U.S.-Iraq Pact'
N.Y. Daily News: 'Mr. Blackwell, king of fashion zinger, dies at 86'
New Yorker: 'Around City Hall: Some kind of show'
Washington Post: 'Obama Endorsed By Colin Powell'
Wall Street Journal: 'Circuit City Weighs Broad Cuts'
Wall Street Journal: 'Yahoo Plans Major Cost Cuts, Including Layoffs'
Washington Post: 'Democrats See Opportunity In Outer Suburbs' Troubles'
Register (U.K.): 'Google ends gambling ad self-denial: Greed trumps sanctimony'
Wall Street Journal: 'GM Lacks Investors to Fund Deal With Chrysler'
Boston Globe: 'Terror case to test informants' credibility'
Wall Street Journal: 'Signs of a Pullback Emerge in Hollywood'
N.Y. Post: 'Dead Sox: Rays Slay Boston Beasts'