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The Day Ahead: Thursday, July 15, 2010
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Today on the Main Site:

Political Sanctum Santorum? by Quin Hillyer: Can this conservative make a comeback?

The Wages of Collaboration by David Catron: The Democrats fail to respect the AMA in the morning.

It’s Not Only About the Economy, Stupid by Ken Blackwell: Prof. Robert George is a vast improvement on James Carville.

Freedom to Hunt and More by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.: Defending “the very essence of our liberty.”

Life and Death in California by Paul Kengor: What the defeat of Barbara Boxer would mean.

In Contempt of Court by William Murchison: The usual drill from no-drill Democrats.

Friends and Sources by John R. Coyne, Jr.: Jonathan Alter’s insider take on Obama’s glorious first year.

What to Watch for:

President Obama off to Michigan to give remarks on clean energy and the economy (Chicago Sun-Times) 

Goldman and SEC hold talks regarding settlement to resolve civil-fraud investigations (WSJ) 

Office of Congressional Ethics opening inquiry on fundraisers for politicians in days before House’s initial financial bill adoption (NY Times)  

Companies pile up cash but remain hesitant to add jobs (Washington Post) 

Argentina becomes first Latin American country to legalize gay marriage (CNN)

Clip of the Day:  

John Kerry’s guest spot on Cheers; about as relevant now as he was then. 

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