Reason Morning Links: Gary Johnson Gives up on New Hampshire, 200 Arrested at Occupy Los Angeles, Greece "Saved Overnight"


  • Gary Johnson to New Mexico's Capitol Report: "There's no expectation, none whatsoever" of doing well in New Hampshire. "We were hosting town halls every night [in New Hampshire] and basically nobody was showing up."
  • Police arrested over 200 people at the Occupy L.A. protest on Wednesday morning. 
  • Nine out of 10 schools in the UK will close and airline passengers in the country will face delays of 12 hours as roughly 2 million British public sector workers strike in response to austerity measures.
  • The author of a book on Pakistan policy that President Obama is currently reading tells POLITICO, "U.S. policy is incredibly confused. … What you're trying to do is completely contradictory, and time is running out." 
  • U.S. News & World Report: "Declassified Memo Hinted of 1941 Hawaii Attack"
  • AFP: Greece "saved overnight with a slice of rescue money." 
  • Senate votes 60-38 to give the U.S. military power to arrest and indefinitely detain U.S. citizens suspected of terrorism. 

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