Chuck Norris Isn't Impressed by Santorum's Surge On Romney

Chuck Norris on Rick Santorum Surge: I’m Not Impressed. “Why an alleged conservative like Santorum would fight for the flip-flopping Massachusetts moderate on the presidential campaign trail, especially in light of the fact that Huckabee and even McCain were running then with a much clearer conservative record, I will never know,” Norris wrote yesterday in an op-ed. So remember: The only way to impress Chuck Norris is to be Chuck Norris. [The State Column]

Whitey Bulger Trial to Start on November 5. Bulger’s defense team has to review what attorney Jay Carney Jr. calls a “tsunami’s worth” of evidence — 580,000 pages that he estimates would take approximately 14,500 hours to review. And that doesn’t touch the 921 wiretap tapes, which still have to be transcribed. [CNN]

Elizabeth Warren and Scott Brown: Anti-Super PAC Trendsetters. Duels are out, this is in: Illinois congressional candidate Tammy Duckworth is the latest to ask her opponent to swear off Super PACs (last week, it was Montana Sen. Jon Tester), — similar to the pledge that Brown and Warren signed last month. [Politico]

Harvard Wants To ‘Modernize’ Library, Targets Buy-Outs to Employees Aged 55+. Well, that’s one way to do it. []

John and Jane Doe, of Acton, Want ‘Under God’ Out of the Pledge. No, seriously, this is happening. Again. The anonymous parents of three youngsters have filed a lawsuit against the Acton-Boxborough School District because, according to their lawyer, “Every day these kids go to school and the pledge is recited declaring that the nation is in fact under God. That marginalizes them and suggests that people who don’t believe in God are less patriotic.” [Fox]