The Day Ahead: March 22, 2012 | The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
The Day Ahead: March 22, 2012

Jason Mattera fails to notice Bono impersonator is not Bono (NY Times)

“Etch a Sketch” comment creates new doubts about Mitt Romney (WaPo)

House to vote on repealing Medicare cost board (AP)

Obama budget raises taxes for 27% of households (Bloomberg)

Supreme Court allows property owners to sue EPA (Hot Air)

Tom Hanks apologizes to Fox’s O’Reilly for smear during racist skit (Daily Caller)

Obama 1995: “Scapegoat” the top 5% (Breitbart)

Romney endorsed by Jeb Bush (Miami Herald)

Romney praises 2008 bank bailout (Buzzfeed)

VP Biden might run in 2016? (Politico)

Sen. Demint opposes Export-Import bank (Washington Examiner)

Emirates says “whole load of airlines” will fail in fuel squeeze (Bloomberg)

Sandra Fluke didn’t know Target sells birth control pills for $9 (CNS)

UK schools ban on having best friends (The Sun)

Club for Growth opposes Paul Ryan’s budget (NRO)

Obama goes after solar opponents in Nevada (CNN)

FreedomWorks: “We’re not in the tank for Romney at all” (CBS)

John Boehner cries while listening to Irish music during luncheon (HuffPo)

Detainee Deal stalls Taliban talks (WSJ)

Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, in reversal, may nominate presidential candidate (WaPo)

China reins in Bo Xilai chatter online (WSJ)

VIDEO: Obama’s war on women


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