President Obama to award the Air Force Academy with the Commander in Chief trophy for their football season before meeting with local media outlets from four states (AP)
Passover begins at sundown tonight.
Obama will go on cross-country tour to promote his deficit plan this week (New York Times)
Patriots Day in Boston means reenactments, morning major league baseball, and the Boston Marathon (Boston Globe)
Congress out of session for constituent work.
Obama on Republicans, uncensored:
Neutered Nabobs of Nato, by Jed Babbin: The Libya fiasco confirms: multilateralism is no substitute for an alliance.
The Moment of Truth, by W. James Antle, III: Last week, Republicans took the first step away from bipartisan hypocrisy on taxes and spending. Will Democrats pull them backwards?
To Yale and Back, by Ben Stein: The 1984 edition, produced by Obama Administration Studios.
Hi Ho, Hobby-Horse — Barack Obama Rides Again, by Andrew B. Wilson: The Lone Ranger he isn’t.
Emancipation — by Republicans Again — in the District, by James M. Thunder: Now both April 15 and April 16 can be celebrated as days of emancipation in the District of Columbia.
Euthanasia, PG-13, by Hal G.P. Colebatch: Children given instructions on suicide.
Sour Grapes, by Nicole Russell: Grapes of Wrath turns 72 but Steinbeck’s classic, and others, are collecting dust among college readers.
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