President Obama will announce jobs training program in a speech at Northern Virginia Community College (Politico)
Weird: national horror over nonexistent mass grave in Texas based on faulty tip from a psychic (USA Today)
Sen. Rand Paul to give a speech on conservative foreign policy at the School for Advanced International Studies
An interview with Jill Abramson, the incoming executive editor of the New York Times (Guardian)
Massive heatwave across the Midwest and East Coast expected today (Bloomberg)
Obama: No fears of double-dip recession, we’re experiencing “headwinds”:
On the main site:
The Coming Crash of 2013 by Peter Ferrara: Obamanomics is deteriorating even faster than expected.
Truth, Lies, and Euros, by Samuel Gregg: A truly amazing pattern of lying about public spending and debt — can the U.S. be far behind?
The Economics of Settlement, by George Gilder: If not for Jewish settlers, there would be no Palestine and no economic progress for the region’s Arab population.
Fame and Infamy in Chicago, by Ralph R. Reiland: Dead meat in the heat doesn’t smell pretty.
Paul Simon: A Concert Well Worth Enduring, by Aaron Goldstein: The older half of the baby boom demographic was out in full force.
The Dark Side of the Arab Spring, by Jonathan Aitken: It has fast become a winter of discontent for Christians and other religious minorities — even in Iraq.
TV Turnoff, by Lisa Fabrizio: Just say no to liberal vulgarity.
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