Monday Morning Quick Hits

So much to do, so little time. Here are the stories that caught my eye this morning.

You won’t believe what they’re planning to teach the children in New York City public schools. (How long until this spreads to the rest of the state?)

According to the Herman Cain campaign, he’s now raising over $1 million per week. No wonder he’s under attack.

The Boston Police website has been hacked by Occupy thugs. Shocking, I know.

I don’t know if the Occupy Oakland crowd has hacked anything, but that doesn’t mean they’re law abiding citizens, either. Or clean, for that matter.

Speaking of law abiding citizens, it looks like Mitt Romney has another little illegal immigration problem.

I meant to get to this all weekend: Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal enjoyed the biggest landslide victory since 1975.

Here’s a surprise: Obama’s efforts to centrally plan the housing market aren’t working.

Here’s another surprise: The Volcker Rule in the FrankenDodd financial reform has left regulators uncertain about what they’re supposed to regulate.

In Iraq: Obama has snatched defeat from the jaws of victory.