Today on the Main Site:
A Budget of Outlandish Foolishness by Andrew B. Wilson: Mr. Obama’s misery index is of Dickensian proportions.
Bush’s Middle East ‘March of Freedom’ by Paul Kengor: In the most important address of his presidency, he promised to extend Reagan’s “march of freedom” into the Middle East.
Prerequisites to True Freedom in the Middle East by Ron Ross: Without economic freedom, what’s the point?
Presidential Bright Side by Quin Hillyer: This field may not be so bad.
Obama Abandons Marriage by Janice Shaw Crouse: From now on, it’s anything goes — and who cares if the world is falling apart.
Beyond Collective Bargaining by RiShawn Biddle: Regardless of Wisconsin, the NEA and AFT still have many cards to play.
Cleaning Up Moscow by George H. Wittman: Was its ousted mayor as dirty as Medvedev claims?
Meeting With the Masterminds by Nicole Russell: Wining and dining with those he would only exploit, not help make possible.
What to Watch for:
President Obama and Vice President Biden will meet with only Democratic governors to discuss job creation and economic growth (Politico)
Wisconsin Assembly’s bill takes away union rights (AP News)
London Stock Exchange suffers technical glitch–share trading delayed (CNCB)
U.N. Security Council meets to discuss sanctions against Libyan leaders (Reuters)
Clip of the Day:
Amb. Jon Hunstman wandering around Beijing during the “Jasmine Revolution”:
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