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The Day Ahead: Tuesday, May 10
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President Obama to travel to El Paso to give a speech on comprehensive immigration reform (CNN)

South Carolina governor Nikki Haley will be in Washington to discuss the NLRB’s attempt to prevent Boeing from opening S.C. plant (Washington Examiner)

Microsoft will acquire Skype for $8.5 billion (New York Times)

Apple and Google to appear before the Senate Judiciary subcommittee to explain privacy breaches (ABC)

The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals will hear arguments in two cases against Obamacare from Virginia (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Senator Pat Toomey of Pennsyvlania to introduce budget that balances budget in nine years while leaving Medicare alone (The Hill)

Google to unveil an online music service (Techland)

Osama’s home movie time:

On the main site:

Is America in Decline? by TAS Symposium Contributors: A preliminary inquiry. Contributions by W. James Antle III, John Bolton, Midge Decter, Stefan Halper, Matt Latimer, Seth Lipsky, David Malpass, William McGurn, and Jeremy Rabkin.

Herman Cain and the Outsiders, by Jeffrey Lord: South Carolina debate highlights divide between GOP Greasers and Socials. 

Congressional Economics, by Ryan Young & Jacqueline Otto: Who says you can’t legislate economic prosperity and job security?

Government vs. Production, by Ralph R. Reiland: Numbers don’t lie: America’s been heading in the wrong direction for at least the last fifty years.

Killing Manufacturing, by Roger Pol: Any wonder why our manufacturing has moved outside of our boundaries?

Piracy Rules Britannia, by Hal G.P. Colebatch: Why are the pirates getting away with it?

An American Tragedy, by Daniel Johnson: Chessboard genius Bobby Fischer’s remarkable rise and fall.

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