The Day Ahead: Wednesday, June 22 | The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
The Day Ahead: Wednesday, June 22

President Obama will address the nation about withdrawing troops from Afghanistan at 8 p.m. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Biden’s deficit meetings with congressional leaders will continue (Bloomberg)

Today could be the showdown in the New York gay marriage vote (AP)

Tim Pawlenty on everything:

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A Florida Senate Primer by Larry Thornberry: Folks like Mike Haridopolos are lining up to oust moderate sounding, liberal voting incumbent Bill Nelson.

What’s Another $2.4 Trillion? by Rand Paul: Our national debt currently hovers at $14,352,045,270,245.76.

Europe’s Not-So-Revolutionary Youth, by Samuel Gregg: Going nowhere fast, indignantly and in denial.

Reaganomics’ Resurgence, by Peter Ferrara: We need to examine what we did the last time America fell into a downward economic spiral.

My Mother-in-Law Is Owed an Apology, by Ryan Young: Where do TSA-confiscated items go?

The Audacity of Hype, by Ken Blackwell: There’s a real problem when the President of the United States feels the need to become the entertainer-in-chief.

Magisterial and Indispensable, by Jason Emerson: George Washington — so inscrutable to those around him, yet so revered for his honorable and transparent qualities.

Crammed Onto Buses, by David Aikman: Easter in China is when the government makes clear it doesn’t like China’s house churches.

Defending Deviancy Down, by Manon McKinnon: Early apologists for Anthony Weiner gave new definition to the Moynihan-Krauthammer thesis.

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