What to watch for:
Fed chairman Ben Bernanke to deliver the semi-annual monetary policy report to the Senate Banking Committee
Darrell Issa investigating spokesman for allegedly sharing journalists’ emails (Washington Post)
Today, in 1781, the Articles of Confederation were ratified (History.com)
Clip of the day:
Another super-high production value video from Tim Pawlenty, this time on the Tea Parties:
On the main site:
Money Train, by Philip Klein: In California, Obama’s grand vision of America’s high-speed rail future is meeting reality.
Is Scott Walker the Next Calvin Coolidge? by Jeffrey Lord: Reagan and Silent Cal — will union attacks help Wisconsin’s Governor onto GOP ticket?
Scrapping the Hero of Benghazi, by Hal G.P. Colebatch: Britain’s defense goes from bad to unbelievable.
Barack Carter-Obama Is Back, by Ross Kaminsky: Even CNN has noticed, as will voters as 2012 nears.
Too Crazy, Too Sexy, by Ralph R. Reiland: It’s been that way lately.
E-Z Money, by Eric Peters: Your cash is no good — on the roads, that is.
Reality Hunger at the Oscars, by James Bowman: There’s another long winter’s evening wasted.