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The Day Ahead: Thursday, June 17, 2010
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Today on the Main Site:

The Arranged Teddy Roosevelt by Conrad Black: A diligent and scholarly pastiche of TR’s voluminous historical reflections.

Engulfing the Internet by The Prowler: Obama FCC takes next step to neutralize the ‘Net in its left-wing, state-controlled way.

Obama’s Plenipotentiary by Russ Ferguson: Ken Feinberg is not the “independent third party” Obama promised would oversee the $20 billion BP escrow account.

The Oilers vs. The Stealers by George Neumayr: More confiscatory socialism from the White House.

Kyrgyzstan: Not Washington’s Crisis by Doug Bandow: The U.S. cannot afford another lengthy deployment in another distant and unstable client state.

Metrics of Deceit by Ben Stein: Can investment decisions still be made in the face of such rampant dishonesty?

Another Peaceful Solution by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.: Proposition 8 and how Liberals always go too far.

Don’t Skip Pebble by Quin Hillyer: A classic Open in the making.

What to Watch for: 

Congress members overseeing gulf firms involved in oil spill held oil, gas stocks (Washington Post)

Swiss Parliament opens door for U.S. officials to gain access to thousands of alleged U.S. tax evaders (WSJ)  

Israel to ease Gaza blockade (NY Times)

Financial reform debate continues to struggle along (Politico)

Obama to meet with Geithner, Clinton, new Marine Corp Commandant nominee Gen. Amos (Chicago Sun-Times)

Clip of the Day: 

Jon Stewart on Obama’s “war” against the gulf oil crisis:

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