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The Day Ahead: Tuesday, July
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The House will vote on Cut, Cap, and Balance plan to reduce spending (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)

Michele Bachmann suffers from incapacitating migraines (Daily Caller)

Michael Vick will be on Capitol Hill to support anti-dogfighting legislation (USA Today)

Federal workers are more likely to die than to lose their jobs (USA Today)

President Obama’s joke falls on deaf ears:

Gorby Obama and the Collapse of the American Left by Jeffrey Lord: Liberalism in America is going the way of Communism. Obama just might be our Gorbachev.

McConnell Is Handing Obama a Rope, Not a White Flag, by Aaron Goldstein: Pundits, rest assured: Mitch McConnell is not one to surrender.

Harry’s Plotters and the Debt So Hallowed, by David Boze: Evil is afoot on Capitol Hill.

Downfall: Europe’s Failed Political Class, by Samuel Gregg: Its inbreeding puts the Daleys, Bushes, and Cuomos to shame.

The President’s House Wreck, by Peter Hannaford: George Washington’s “re-imagined” house in Philadelphia will never replace Mount Vernon.

Cameras in the Courtroom, by Russ Ferguson: Trials and soap operas are two very different things. It’s time to learn the difference.

Whither the Tea Party? by Ned Ryun: When rallies are no longer enough — that’s when things get serious.

Page One: Inside The New York Times, by James Bowman: A documentary that endorses every last ounce of the Times‘ self-importance. 

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