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The Day Ahead: Wednesday, August 31
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President Obama will make a public plea for funding for roads and the FAA in the Rose Garden (Politico)

A federal judge blocks new Texas law that requires a sonogram within 24 hours of an abortion (LifeNews)

Jon Huntsman will introduce a jobs plan today in New Hampshire (ABC News)

Shots fired at Democratic representative’s office in Texas (Huffington Post)

China’s having their own tropical storms:

On the main site:

End of Summer by Ben Stein: Sandpoint is emptying, like my account.

Compounding Disaster, by Ross Kaminsky: Once nature has done its ugly work the federal goverment invariably piles on.

Retromania! by Daniel J. Flynn: Hawaii Five-O, Apes, psychobilly, and why we’re addicted to the past.

Redeeming Newt by Peter Ferrara: Gingrich is framing the issues for 2012. Will Republicans listen?

Blown Away, by Lisa Fabrizio: So how was your Saturday?

Singapore Rising, by Hal G.P. Colebatch: Signs of democracy but still no chewing gum in Asia’s oddest little dictatorship.

Can You Wiig It?, by James Bowman: New breakthroughs in tastelessness in the world of glass ceilings.

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