What are the most popular stories around the web this morning? Townhall does the surfing so you don't have to.
Philadelphia Inquirer: The Point: Disturbing Line Palin Tossed Off in Address
New York Times: Aaron Sorkin Conjures a Meeting of Obama and Bartlet
Los Angeles Times: Europeans on Left and Right Ridicule U.S. Money Meltdown
New York Post: Almost Armageddon
Boston Globe: The Short - But Eventful - Life of Ike
Time Magazine: How We Became the United States of France
Chicago Tribune: 2 Killed When Helicopter Crashes into Kenosha Home
FOX News: Giant Diamond Unearthed in Africa May Set Record
US News & World Report: Ron Paul: This Bailout Won't Be the Last
Politico: Franken helps craft McCain 'SNL' skit
Wall Street Journal: Goldman, Morgan Scrap Wall Street Model
Slate: "Autumn Is a Second Spring"
ABC News: In Politicized Emmys, Reality & Cable Rule
Newsweek: When Atheists Attack
Houston Chronicle: Ike Could Increase Power Bills for Years to Come
And on Townhall.com this morning:
Dinesh D'Souza: George Obama, Start Packing
Mike S. Adams: Put Lipstick on a Feminist and She’s Still a Prig
Neal Boortz: The Rest of the Meltdown Society
Armstrong Williams: The Phantom Menace: Obama and Co.
Kevin McCullough: Obama's Dishonesty on 'The Least of These!'