Today’s Most Popular Stories 2.14.11

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

Washington Post: Obama budget would raise taxes on affluent, businesses, boost aid for innovation

Washington Times: Texas Rep. Ron Paul captures TWT/CPAC presidential preference straw poll

Washington Examiner: The special interest driving federal spending? Big Labor

USA Today: Naked woman creates ruckus on Delta flight to New York

The Hill: Allen West closes CPAC promising ‘new dawn in America’

Politico: Paul: Trump has no cards

Roll Call: Early, Long Whip Race Will Test GOP Cohesion

National Journal: The Budget Nobody Likes

Talking Points Memo: On Budget Day, A Self-Parody Storm Strikes Washington

Politics Daily: New York Rep. Chris Lee Resigns Over Craigslist Dating Ad and Sexy Photo

The New Republic: Bye Bye, Big Bird. Hello, E. Coli.

The Daily Caller: Ashton Kutcher claims George W. Bush snubbed him at Super Bowl