Today’s Most Popular Stories 2.25.11

Every afternoon we surf your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for February 25, 2011:

Washington Post: Georgetown steps up effort to keep tickets out of Syracuse fans’ hands

Washington Times: Shutdown skedaddle: Congress deserted as deadline looms

Washington Examiner: New Soros investment fund, profiting off Obama’s ‘green energy’ push, hires top Obama energy aide

USA Today: What did Charlie Sheen say to prompt CBS’ ‘Men’ shutdown?

The Hill: Consumer group wants to tax Netflix to pay for rural broadband

Politico: Schweitzer: No Palin this time, but maybe me next time

Roll Call: House GOP to Propose Short-Term CR

National Journal: White House Briefing: US Finalizing Sanctions Against Libya, Suspends Embassy Operations

Talking Points Memo: WI Assembly GOP Passes Walker Budget In Surprise Vote — Dems Chant “Shame!”

Politics Daily: Rush Limbaugh Calls Michelle Obama ‘Hypocrite’ for Eating Ribs

The New Republic: Rush Limbaugh Calls Michelle Obama ‘Hypocrite’ for Eating Ribs

The Daily Caller: Wisconsin’s teachers required to teach kids labor union and collective bargaining history