Obama ignoring judge’s immigration order . . . The Obama administration moved Tuesday to carry out portions of President Obama’s executive action on immigration even as a federal judge has halted the president’s temporary deportation amnesty. Washington Times
Half of America can’t say Obama loves his country . . . Rasmussen Reports, in testing former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s charge last week that Obama doesn’t love America, found that 35 percent don’t believe that the president loves his country and another 14 percent aren’t sure. Washington Examiner
Rev. Wright’s daughter headed to jail . . . Jeri Wright, the 48-year-old daughter of President Barack Obama’s mentor and former pastor Jeremiah Wright, is heading to jail. Free on bail while awaiting sentencing for money laundering in connection to a government-funded jobs training program, a U.S. District Court Judge found “there was probable cause to believe Wright committed a separate theft while on bail, thereby violating terms of her supervised release.” Daily Caller
GOP caves to Obama on Internet regulation . . . With the Federal Communications Commission poised Thursday to impose unprecedented regulations on the Internet, congressional Republicans have quietly backed down on a plan to block the looming FCC rules ahead of time with their own legislation. Washington Examiner
Walker leads in Iowa . . . Scott Walker is off to a strong start among caucus-going Republicans in Iowa, according to a new poll released Wednesday morning. Among the 12 candidates mentioned in Quinnipiac University’s poll, the Wisconsin governor garnered 25 percent. Politico
Walker denies he was targeting Bush . . . Wis. Gov. Scott Walker denied Tuesday that he took a swipe at former Fla. Gov. Jeb Bush when he suggested the night before that “unlike some out there, I didn’t inherit fame or fortune from my family.” Fox News
Well who else was he talking about? Prince William?
Rahm fails to secure win, faces runoff . . . In failing to secure an outright victory — the first time that has happened since a city election law change two decades ago made the contest nominally nonpartisan — Emanuel has opened the door to a more competitive landscape. Chicago Tribune