The Day Ahead: Friday, March 4, 2011 | The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
The Day Ahead: Friday, March 4, 2011
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What to watch for:

President Obama will share a stage with former Florida governor Jeb Bush to speak on education policy (and later he will fundraise) in Miami (AP)

The monthly employment report will be released this morning

Fresh protests hit Libya after Friday prayers (Al Jazeera)

NFL collective bargaining agreement deadline extended to Friday evening (ESPN)

Clip of the day:

Reason.tv on whether public school teachers are overpaid (language warning):

On the main site:

Stop Bernanke’s Hanky-Panky, by Quin Hillyer: Raise rates, strengthen the dollar, now.

Judge Vinson Fails to Apply the Two-by-Four, by David Catron: Why did he stay his own ObamaCare ruling? Surely, not to reward the administration’s mulish defiance?

Helpful Hints for Cleaning Up Madison, by Ross Kaminsky: All while saving Wisconsin many millions.

Reagan-Era Paperboy, by Daniel J. Flynn: The best job for a kid is no longer available.

No Slam Duncan, by RiShawn Biddle: It’s tricky backing teachers in Wisconsin while pushing reforms they object to.

Mexico Lost, by George H. Wittman: Even the tourist spots are now drug cartel country — just in time for Spring Break

Make Way for Mini-Labor, by Ron Ross: And mini-Democrats too — if indeed the Democrat-Labor alliance is in a death spiral.

What Would Jesus Cut? by Mark Tooley: But, for starters, would He have regarded federal budgets as “moral documents”?

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