What to Watch for:
Reactor No. 3 explodes at Fukushima nuclear plant (Bloomberg)
President Obama visits Arlington County school and talks about “reforming education in order to win the future.” Obama also tells Congress to “fix” the No Child Left Behind Law (Politico)
Toyota halts all production in Japan (Reuters)
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton meets with Libya opposition in Paris (Christian Science Monitor)
President Obama meets with Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen of Denmark to discuss the situation in the Middle East (Chicago Sun-Times)
Clip of the Day
Bank of Japan pumps money into economy (CNN)
Today on the Main Site:
Godzilla Redux by Jed Babbin: At least that’s the way the knee-jerk anti-nuke media would have it.
Serwer in the Sewer by Quin Hillyer: Race-baiting accuser should look in mirror.
Patriotic Gore by The Prowler: That’s amore, Newt style. Plus: Manning up at Foggy Bottom.
Clash Warfare by Ross Kaminsky: A misty-eyed challenge to Samuel Huntington’s seminal view.
Still Tortured Evangelicals by Mark Tooley: A Duke conference will highlight the extent to which left-pacifists oppose any resistance to jihadists.
It’s Digital Nuisance Time by Peter Hannaford: Nothing saved, nothing gained.
Cedar Rapids by James Bowman: The very funny if not quite morally serious tale of a modern-day Candide.
By No Means: The trouble with means testing Social Security. Which Bush was right on Iraq? Plus more.
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