PM NOTE: Air Fly One, Cuban College Coed Invasion, Biden's Apocalypse Advice, Plus Some News

BREAKING - @ralstonreports: I'm reliably told that POTUS visit to Vegas will involve an immigration announcement. Would make sense: Huge Hispanic pop. here. #wematter

AP on Vegas Visit -

There Was an Obama Who Swatted a Fly - Sometimes You're Obama. Sometimes You're the Bug - Memo to White House Flies: Hide - The Fly Who Came in from the Cold - Drudge used "Lord of the Flies" - Unanswered in all of this is why on a snowy January day there are flies in the White House dining room -

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Cuban College Coed Invasion - Sen. Bob Menendez, the son of Cuban Immigrants, didn't think Jeff Flake's joke about battling Communism by invading Cuba with college co-eds was funny. (Behind the joke is the real policy disagreement about a more-than-50-year-old travel embargo) -

QOTD - Biden on Post-Apocalypse Shooting - "It's harder to use an assault weapon to hit something than it is a shotgun, OK? So if you want to keep people away in an earthquake, buy some shotgun shells." -

Feinstein Proposes Assault Weapons Ban- With an AR-15 and nine other guns on her left, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., introduced a bill today that would ban assault weapons and high capacity ammunition clips. (Arlette Saenz)

RNC Winter Meeting: Prelude To A Party Makeover - CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Michael Falcone - Last September, Democrats gathered in Charlotte, N.C. to see Barack Obama officially accept their party's presidential nominee for a second term… THE SOUL SEARCHING: After the November election, Chairman Priebus launched what he called the "Growth and Opportunity" project, which is an effort to chart a new course for the party going forward. The project, which is not complete, is split into eight subject areas, according to Bloomberg News' John McCormick.

More on Women in Combat - Official announcement - Will they have to register for Selective Service? Who still opposes? -

End of the Filibuster? No. But Maybe a (Slightly) Faster Senate - Tired of DC Gridlock? Check this out: Senate Majority leader Harry Reid and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell have tentative agreement on a set of procedural changes that could allow bills to get through the Senate at a somewhat faster pace. Reformers, however, say its weak sauce - (Jon Karl)

Obama Names White to SEC, Cordray to CFPB- President Obama nominated Mary Jo White to be the next chairwoman of the Securities and Exchange Commission today, tapping a top white-collar crime prosecutor to "keep going after irresponsible behavior" on Wall Street. (Mary Bruce)

Mary Jo White Pick Pleases Wall Street Critics - Neil Barofsky, former TARP cop whose recent book "Bailout" blasted Treasury's response to the financial crisis, says she is a "terrific" choice and a "true beacon of independence." (Zunaira Zaki)

Cordray Pick Renews Fight With GOP - How the Consumer Protection Bureau turned into political pong - (Sarah Parnass)

Zuckerberg 'Likes' Christie - Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg will be holding a $3,800 a person fundraiser for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's gubernatorial campaign on Feb. 13, Christie strategist Mike Duhaime tells ABC News. (Shushannah Walshe)

' Professional Protester ' Banned From DC- Most of the audience at President Obama's inaugural ceremony was respectful, cheering the president as he recited the principles that will guide his second term, but Rives Miller Grogan, an anti-abortion protester, climbed high into a tree to unleash a lengthy tirade, refusing to yield to the president. (John Parkinson)

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John Kerry Tears Up During Smooth Confirmation Hearing - First there were near-tears, and then a protester had to be forced out, but Sen. John Kerry took it all in stride. (Dana Hughes)

Lautenberg: Booker Senate Bid Merits 'Spanking'- The dance around the New Jersey U.S. Senate seat continued this week with Sen. Frank Lautenberg saying Newark Mayor Cory Booker is "entitled" to challenge the 89-year-old for his seat, but he may have to get a "spanking" for being "disrespectful." (Shushannah Walshe)

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