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The Day Ahead: Friday, June 18, 2010
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Today on the Main Site:

Saving France by Roger Kaplan: Seventy years ago today, Charles de Gaulle joined Winston Churchill in pledging to fight another day.

Barack Obama’s Square Box by Daniel Oliver: Observers are now beginning to talk about his inevitable crash.

Big Talker by W. James Antle, III: President Obama had better hope he’s a Great Communicator.

Seminary Smorgasbord by Mark Tooley: A United Methodist seminary is the first in the U.S. to become multi-faith.

Down and Dirty in Afghanistan by George H. Wittman: The liberal press is upset that much of local security in Afghanistan is provided by U.S.-backed “warlords.”

Matrimonial Gore by Christopher Orlet: Breaking up isn’t hard to do for the Woodstock Generation.

Democrats Are From Pluto by Jay D. Homnick: Turns out there’s a Greene job they did not want to see created.

Seizing Power by Reader Mail: Barack the Caudillo. The inferior sport of Soccer. Aging radicals and more!

What to Watch for:

Hillary Clinton says W.H. will sue Arizona over immigration law (CBS News)

Barton gets slammed by both sides for apology to BP, retracts remarks (Politico)

Democratic loopholes in DISCLOSE bill undermine the central purpose of the bill (NY Times)

In debate over financial regulation, Fed coming out intact (WSJ)

Senate rejects Obama’s $50 billion jobs bill (Washington Post)

Clip of the Day:  

Rudy Giuliani: If this was Bush, he would have been impeached by now

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