President Obama has a morning fundraiser in San Francisco, a brief appearance in Reno, Nevada, and then Los Angeles for three more fundraisers (USAToday)
Indiana governor Mitch Daniels signs an education reform law, with more reforms expected before the end of the session (Evansville Courier-Press)
Koran-burning pastor Terry Jones in court over planned anti-Islam demonstration in Michigan (Gainesville Sun)
Today is Holy Thursday. And on this day in 753, Rome was founded (History)
Some of Paul Ryan’s constituents let him know that they are all about higher taxes for the top brackets:
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California Descends Deeper into Self-Destruction, by Ron Ross: Self-esteem has run amok in Jerry Brown’s state — with active Obama administration participation.
Don’t Let Alinsky Win, by Quin Hillyer: Careful strategies are needed. A crisis can only help Obama. That is his goal.
Trump and the Press, by George Neumayr: Big Tent Republicanism doesn’t look so good to them now.
The Man Who Made Paul Ryan Famous, by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.: It wasn’t Donald Trump, in case you’re wondering.
The Circle Shrinks, by Peter Hannaford: Richard Wirthlin, who died last month, was Ronald Reagan’s pollster for 21 years.
Weigel’s Static Reasoning, by Ross Kaminsky: No amount of tax increase will prevent entitlements from bankrupting the country.
Sightings, by Christopher Orlet: The hoax is out there.
Playing With a Fuld Deck, by Larry Thornberry: Tampa Bay’s new hero has made it easy to forget Manny Ramirez.
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