Today on the Main Site:
Peter Yates: The End? by Noel E. Parmentel, Jr. Remembering the great director of Bullitt and Breaking Away — and the movie deal he wouldn’t close.
Shelters in the Storm, by Ben Stein: Between two Hollywoods, earlier this week.
Declaring a Sense of Independence, by Marilia Duffles: Has Chicken Soup for the Soul replaced Common Sense? Why has thinking gone to pasture? Have we lost our minds entirely?
The Real Movement, by Ned Ryun: Despite what you might have been told, the Tea Party movement is not about national groups based in Washington, D.C. or those who arbitarily claim to be its national leaders.
Talking About the Real China, by George H. Wittman: Mao Tse-tung would admire the underpinnings of its inhumane economic policies.
Republicans Party, by Jay D. Homnick: Must they give us the shirt off their back?
What to Watch For:
Treasury reveals its plans to end Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (Politico)
Robert Gibbs’s final press briefing is today (Politico)
The American Spectator Foundation is hosting a panel, “Jumpstarting Your Journalism Career” at 5 PM at CPAC
Gov. Mitch Daniels of Indiana will address CPAC at 7:30 PM.
Clip of the Day:
Jimmy MacMillan explains Mitch Daniels’s 2012 appeal:
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