What to Watch for:
Japan hit by a 8.9 magnitude earthquake, triggering a 32-foot tsunami (Wall Street Journal)
President Obama talks to the press about rising energy prices, budget negotiations and Libya (Politico)
Libyan government forces back rebels (CNN)
President Obama honors the 2009-10 Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks at the White House (LA Times)
Apple launches the iPad 2 (Telegraph)
Today on the Main Site:
Democrat Thuggery in Its Worst Form by Andrew Cline: The left in Wisconsin tries to undo an election.
Presidential Epic by Quin Hillyer: What a winning candidate needs.
What Intifada? by Roger Kaplan: In Gaddafi’s view, violent rebellions are for faraway places. But Sarkozy knows better.
Juvenile Abuse by RiShawn Biddle: America’s juvenile justice system is a scandal.
David Broder, RIP by Tom Bethell: He was a liberal in the best sense of term.
Raymond Davis Held Hostage by George H. Wittman: The reasons for Pakistan’s power plays against the U.S.
Netflix Politics by Ned Ryun: Washington and the grass roots can learn a lot from Netflix’s business model.
Family Night by Reid Collins: Once again, New Jersey shows the way.
Clip of the Day:
NPR might not be out of the storm with O’Keefe’s second video
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