The Day Ahead: Wednesday, June 2, 2010 | The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
The Day Ahead: Wednesday, June 2, 2010
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Today on the Main Site:

Tina Fey Isn’t Funny by Aaron Goldstein: Going after Sarah Palin has its reward.

The Coming Resignation of Barack Obama by Peter Ferrara: It’ll come as Democrats abandon him.

High Under the Big Sky by Bill Croke: Medical marijuana has found its Treasure State.

Not for Sale by Roger Scruton: We have allowed too many things in our world to be priced.

70 Is All You Get to Go by Eric Peters: the unofficial Motorists Tax will see to that.

Artful Shape Shifting by John R. Coyne, Jr.: David Remnick believes in Barack Obama.

Please Give by James Bowman: Please Give is Sex and the City for real people.  

What to Watch For:

Obama to meet with commanding general in Iraq while U.S. withdraws from Green Zone, Baghdad (Chicago Sun-Times)

As hurricane season starts, Gulf Coast most likely target for June (AOL News)

Amid Israeli raid fallout, U.S. special envoy to attend Palestinian Investment Conference in Bethlehem (NY Times)  

GOP digs in heels against Berwick nomination for administrator of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services; Berwick expresses self-proclaimed “love” of British National Health Service system (Politico)

H-P to cut 9,000 jobs, spend $1 billion restructuring (WSJ)  

Clip of the Day

Bill Maher wishes Obama were a “real” black president with a gun in his pants. 

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