1. APhoto Fix: An Exxon station is shown in Dallas, Monday. Exxon Mobil Corp. on Monday posted a record profit for a U.S. company of $10.71 billion in the fourth quarter, as the world's biggest publicly-traded oil company benefited from high oil and gas prices and demand for refined products here. (AP Photo/Donna McWilliam)
3. Humor Fix: Daniel Kurtzman's "PoliticalHumor.com" site offers a spoof of past State of the Union speeches by Dubya here. (Warning: Republicans with weak hearts should pass on this one.)
5. Top of the News Fix: Study: Bush backersd more biased against blacks here, 'Brokeback' shut out at SAG awards here, Rescuers save all 72 Canadian miners here, World's first face transplant recipient revealed here, and Protests over Muhammad cartoon grow here.
6. Opinion Fix: Debra Burlingame/Wall Street Journal (Our right to survival), Leonard Pitts/San Diego Union-Tribune (The Wal*Martification of America), William Rees-Moog/London Times (Grow up, Google), Michael J. New/National Review (Pro-life laws saving lives), and John Leo/US News & World Report (Left joins right in attacking Big Media).