Rick Santorum Battles Mitt Romney for Ohio, 20,000 Russians Protest Putin, John McCain Calls for International Airstrikes Against Syria: P.M. Links


  • Midwestern Super Tuesday drama: It's Rick Santorum vs. Mitt Romney in Ohio as they battle for the state's 66 delicious delegates.

  • About 20,000 angry Russians protested the new boss/old boss President Vladimir Putin; Riot police violently dispersed (and arrested dozens of) the several hundred who attempted to stay in Moscow's Pushkin Square.
  • Israel Prime Minister Bejamin Netanyahu visited the White House to chat about Iran. Said President Obama, "I know that both the prime minister and I prefer to resolve this diplomatically." Said Netanyahu, we appreciate the love from the U.S., but Israel "must have the ability always to defend itself, by itself."
  • Connecticut Supreme Court rules that hunger-striking prisoners can be force-fed in order to save their lives.
  • Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz) calls for international air-strikes against Syria. Meanwhile NATO says they only hit military targets in Libya, but a U.N. panel begs to differ.
  • Secure your tinfoil hat, stifle your Luddite-screams, and observe how ridiculously cool drone technology has become.

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