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The Day Ahead: Monday, August 29
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President Obama will be back in the White House, for a normal schedule (Politico)

The Lockerbie bomber is in a coma and near death (CNN)

Al Qaeda no. 2 officer’s death a significant blow for the terrorist organization (CNN)

Irene fallout: New York City spared, but Eastern seaboard disrupted (New York Times)

Mitt Romney: 25 million people underemployed while Obama golfs on the Vineyard:

Lew’s Lewd Letter by Jed Babbin: Obama’s OMB director will pretend to attack the deficit in order to re-elect his boss.

Discretion Is Advised, by W. James Antle, III: On administrative amnesty, the Obama administration tells La Raza, “Yes, we can!”

Quadrangulation in 2012? by J.T. Young: The 2012 presidential race offers Republicans a rare “fourth way” to the White House.

Adventures in Timesland, by Green Lantern: The paper’s new “Sunday Review” section is beyond parody. Yet every once in a while it produces a gem.

Remembering Ireland and Fighting for the Union, by Thomas J. Craughwell: The Irish Brigade during the Civil War.

Rape Victims Inc. by Patrick Howley: The Huffington Post sinks to a new low in its DSK coverage.

A Wonderful Life, by Larry Thornberry: A New York Timesman joins in to pay tribute to the great Stan Musial.

One Day, by James Bowman: Anne Hathaway’s Yorkshire accent has all of Britain up in arms. 

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