Today’s Most Popular Stories 6.14.11

Every afternoon we surf your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for June 14, 2011:

Washington Post: Five myths about the American flag

Washington Times: White House to cut access to half of federal websites

Washington Examiner: My take on the New Hampshire debate

Bloomberg: Qaddafi Coddled by U.S. Oil Companies Whose Hearts Are Where The Money Is

USA Today: Jiffy Lube changes 3,000-mile rule for oil changes

NPR: Experts Warn Of Turbulent Trip To Cloud Computing

The Hill: President Obama’s 2012 focus is on Romney, Pawlenty and Huntsman

Politico: Obama fundraiser underwhelms

Roll Call: Heard on the Hill: West Intern Fired Over Retweet

National Journal: PICTURES: Meet the GOP’s 2012 Presidential Hopefuls

The New Republic: Six Sigma: Is It Taking Over the GOP?

The Daily Caller: After running pizza chain, Cain says he can make foreign policy decisions