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Today on the Main Site:
The Timeless Principles of American Prosperity by Peter Ferrara: This should be the central argument and theme for this fall’s elections.
The Democrats’ Redistricting Nightmare by David N. Bass: The most far-reaching effect of the 2010 midterm elections will be felt at the state level.
Employment School by RiShawn Biddle: Or call them permanent unemployment schools — because those who attend won’t ever acquire the skills work in a modern economy requires.
Buffett, the Times, and the Weeping Abortionist by Ken Blackwell: Proud billionaire sponsors of the culture of death.
Obama’s Double-Down Gamble by James Srodes: The White House has served notice that it will continue to apply both monetary and fiscal stimulus through the rest of this year if not longer, the $2 trillion yearly federal overruns be damned.
Corn vs. Coronary Bypass Surgery by Daniel Oliver: All you can eat, according to the Obama socialist in residence, Dr. Ronald Werrbick, MD.
A Paean to the Printed Page by Lisa Fabrizio: What child will ever experience a love affair with Kindles?
What to Watch for:
Obama heads to New York for fundraising; will be interesting indicator of Obama’s current clout with the financial community (WSJ)
Pakistan plane crash kills 152 (BBC News)
BP probe focuses on 3 firms and their ties to regulators (Wash Post)
DNC to promote “Republican Tea Party” plan to try and conflate Tea party with GOP agenda (DNC)
Part of financial reform creates agency to enforce hiring of women and minorities (Politico)
Clip of the Day:
Sen. John Thune talks to Van Susteren about 2012 presidential run exclusively on Fox News
A man of faith in a godless age is hitting Americans where it hurts.
Mr. and Mrs. American Spectator Reader, let P.J. O’Rourke talk sense to your kids.
In Britain, defending your property can get you life.
It won’t take long for conservatives to scratch this presidential wannabe off their 2008 scorecard.
Was the President done in by the economy, or by the politics of the economy?