The Day Ahead: Tuesday, June 8, 2010 - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
The Day Ahead: Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Today on the Main Site:

Like a Dime Store Cowboy by Ralph R. Reiland: Our president can count to ten.

Switch-22 by Larry Thornberry: Crist blows out his flip-flops.

Jack Levin’s Gettysburg by Jeffrey Lord: Fathers, sons, and Lincoln’s stand for liberty.

Our Hero Barbara Boxer by William Yeatman: The junior Democratic senator from California has killed two major global warming bills — so far.

Expulsion by RiShawn Biddle: Dropout factories need to be shut down.

Obam-La-Di, Obam-La-Da Aaron Goldstein: Why can’t Paul McCartney let life go on?

Rent by Paul Beston: Flying by the seat of your pants when you can least afford the exposure.

What to Watch for:

Election 2010Arkansas Democratic Runoff (RCP); California Republican Primary (RCP); Iowa Republican Primary (RCP); Nevada Republican Primary (RCP); South Carolina Primary (RCP); Maine Primary (Maine BCEC); Montana Primary; New Jersey Primary; North Dakota Primary: South Dakota Primary; Virginia Primary

Obama and HHS Secretary Sebelius deliver health care reform remarks, host Q&A (NCOA)

Helen Thomas retires amid controversial remarks on Israel (Washington Post)

Reid lays out massive Senate agenda: energy, financial reform, stimulus, jobs bill, unemployment benefits, war funding, gulf oil spill, Kagan confirmations; all before July 4 recess. (Politico) 

Obama moves quickly to reopen shallow offshore oil and gas exploration (WSJ) 

Clip of the Day: 

Obama gets tough in gulf, wants to know “whose ass to kick.” 

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