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The Day Ahead: Thursday, July 1, 2010
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Today on the Main Site:

The Banality of Elena by George Neumayr: A seemingly innocuous figure who will do enormous damage on the Supreme Court.

Filibuster Filigree by Quin Hillyer: Crafting a fine approach to the Kagan nomination.

Charlie Crist Sued by Larry Thornberry: Florida Republicans want their money back.

Such a Thing as Free Press by The Prowler: A left-wing letter unravels a vast left-wing conspiracy.

Conrad Black’s Victory by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.: Prison is no place to be.

War of Words by Lisa Fabrizio: Is media bias a big deal? Or is it just the media being media?

Obama and Snooki by John Nothdurft: Today the president’s tanning tax goes into effect, much to the dismay not only of the Jersey Shore contingent.

Winter’s Bone by James Bowman: This dark, somber, well-made film offers a woman’s perspective on the patriarchal honor culture of the Missouri Ozarks.

What to Watch for:

www.healthcare.gov now up and running as a “new consumer website that provides unprecedented transparency into the health care marketplace … individuals will have more control over their health care as informed and empowered consumers.”

House sends finance overhaul to Senate (WSJ)  

Fannie and Freddie threaten energy-efficiency programs (NY TImes) 

Hurricane Alex hits Mexico coast (CNN)

Obama to give speech on immigration reform (Chicago Sun-Times)

Clip of the Day: 

Obama on unemployment: It’s at 9.6%, yes, but it at least it’s not 12, or 15.

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