The Day Ahead: March 2, 2012 | The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
The Day Ahead: March 2, 2012
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Cato says Koch engaged in “a hostile takeover” of the think tank (Slate)

The Blunt Amendment to protect religious liberty is dead (American Thinker)

Did lawsuit factor into Olympia Snowe’s departure? (Sunlight Foundation)

President Obama hosts his 100th fundrasier in less than a year (WaPo)

Liberal money at a crossroads with donor defections (Politico)

Northeastern University protests block Chick-fil-A (Boston Globe)

Your share of Fannie, Freddie losses: $1300 (Smart Money)

Bomb squad called to Rush Limbaugh’s residence (Palm Beach Daily News)

Sheriff Joe Arpaio is a birther, hosts bizarre press conference (WND)

A new study on contraception use and religion (James J. Heaney Institute)

Albuquerque dog becomes registered voter (KOB)

Mitt Romney has worn garbage bags in the rain (HuffPo)

China one-child policy Is poisoned chalice (Bloomberg)

Smithsonian starts using 3D printing (PSFK)

VIDEO: Andrew Breitbart, a conservative warrior. RIP

 

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