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The Day Ahead: Friday March 16

By on 3.16.12 | 8:47AM

The Villain: Ben Bernanke (The Atlantic)

"The Road We've Traveled" is released by the Obama campaign (YouTube)

Republicans mock Obama documentary with fake movie poster (Buzzfeed)

Senator Dick Lugar ruled ineligible to vote (Politico)

U.S., Britain set to agree on emergency oil stocks release (Reuters)

Romney, Santorum stir less enthusiasm than McCain did (Gallup)

California's tax revenue plunges by 22% (Breitbart)

David Axelrod: Rush Limbaugh's comments worse than Bill Maher's (LA Times)

Say goodbye to the "mommy wars" (National Journal)

The NSA is building the country's biggest spy center (Wired)

Memo: Shield Steve Schmidt from John McCain blame (Politico)

Politico's editor thinks Americans are "stupid" (Newsbusters)

McCain sees another Solyndra in Navy biofuels spending (The Hill)

Obama vs. President Hayes (FactCheck.org)

Will baby boomers tank the stock market? (The Economist)

Inquiry slams prosecution of Stevens corruption case by Justice Department (Washington Times)

Rick Santorum pledges to crack down on pornography (Daily Caller)

The Man who broke Atlantic City (The Atlantic)

U.S. auto dealers who survived debacle see record sales (Bloomberg)

Obama has 5 fundraisers scheduled in 2 days, including at Cee Lo Green's house (AP)

Starstruck David Cameron's embarrassing fawning over Pres. Obama (Daily Mail)

VIDEO: Paul Ryan's budget, the trailer

 

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