April 2: News Roundup

Walking it back as fast as he can: GOP Budget Chair Paul Ryan accuses Generals of lying of Friday, then says he “mispoke” on Sunday. There’s more at CNN.

Gender gap widens as women shift toward President Obama. There’s more at USA Today.

More good economic news as unemployment drops. There’s more at the Washington Post.

President Obama takes the lead in Florida. There’s more at The Hill.

Debunking Paul Ryan’s claim that food stamps are “unsustainable.” There’s more at ThinkProgress.

Reagan Administration lawyers express worry over right-wing activism on the Court. There’s more at the Los Angeles Times.

GM pulls funding for right-wing climate change denial group. There’s more at TPM.

Republican AG says government is more reliable on health care, backs single-payer. There’s more at ThinkProgress.

Overturning “Obamacare” could lead to single-payer. There’s more at TPM.

Top 10 House Members facing defeat in 2012. There’s more at the Washington Post.

Contrary to GOP talking points, U.S. Corporate taxes are lower than other developed nations. There’s more at ThinkProgress.

SuperPAC’s wipe out political gains by women in recent decades. There’s more at the San Francisco Chronicle.

Mitt Romney under fire for $10,000 donation to anti-gay PAC. There’s more at the Washington Post.

North Dakota contradicts false energy claims of Newt Gingrich. There’s more at TPM.

This week’s Wisconsin Republican Primary likely to put Romney in the GOP drivers seat. There’s more at the Washington Post.

Santorum likely headed for quick fade-out in April. There’s more at Reuters.

President Obama widens lead against Romney in newest Gallup Poll. There’s more at Gallup.

Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett will challenge Scott Walker in Wisconsin Recall. There’s more at Daily Kos.

Political advertisers scramble to get message out as viewers shift away from traditional TV. There’s more at the New York Times.

Tea Party darling and deadbeat dad Joe Walsh not impressed with Tammy Duckworth’s military service. There’s more at Daily Kos.

Opinion: The Roberts Court Defines Itself. Read it at the New York Times.

Opinion: Supreme Court’s credibility at stake in health care rulingThere’s more at the New Jersey Star-Ledger.

Esquire’s Charles P. Pierce is not impressed with Antonin Scalia. Read it at Esquire.