What to Watch for:
Libyan leader Gaddafi launches attack on the rebel town of al-Brega (Washington Post)
Secretary of State Clinton will go before two Senate committees to discuss state and foreign operations (Politico)
Apple reveals the new iPad 2 (USA Today)
President Obama awards the 2010 National Medal of Arts to Meryl Streep and 19 others (CBS News)
Clip of the Day:
The breakdown of potential Republican candidates (CNN)
Today on the Main Site:
Comeback Cowboy by W. James Antle, III: George Allen’s boots are made for walking back into the Senate. But with Tea Party challengers, is that just what they’ll do?
Waiver Goodbye to Obama by Ross Kaminsky: No matter what he’s selling, states know there’s no way out of the fiscal trainwreck that is Obamacare.
They’re All Detroit Democrats Now by Peter Ferrara: As they resist budget restraint and Wisconsin’s reforms, their ideal becomes a crumbling city where government accounts for 40 percent of available jobs.
Daddy Dimmest by Aram Bakshian, Jr.: Ron Reagan, author of My Father at 100, was the baby of the family.
Leveling Justice: Tax Code as Moral Code by Hunter Baker: New insights into income inequality and the redistribution of wealth as a purported remedy.
Inhuman Rights at the UN by Aaron Goldstein: Condemning the same Libya it was about to commend.
On Bush’s ‘March of Freedom’: Answering My Critics by Paul Kengor: Is the Middle East really destined to remain hopeless?
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