What to Watch for:
President Obama leads a call on Libya with his National Security Team (Politico)
Radioactive material found in Japan’s tap water exceeds limit considered safe (CNN)
Actress Elizabeth Taylor dies at 79 (ABC News)
Yemen Parliament approves state of emergency (Voice of America)
Israel passes controversial laws that might worsen discrimination (LA Times)
Today on the Main Site:
Obama’s Tomahawk Chop by Ross Kaminsky: The futile gestures of a reckless and leaderless foreign policy.
America’s Accelerating Downward Spiral by Peter Ferrara: The stagflation of the 1970s was chicken feed compared to what Obama has concocted.
Democracy and Islam by George H. Wittman: Military rule is about the best one can hope for.
As Easy As Handing Out Candy by Aaron Goldstein: The mainstream with nothing to say about an atrocity in the West Bank.
An Obamacare Anniversary Bridge by Robert M. Goldberg: If not for its waivers, including the very corrupt Bridges to Reform for California, it would have no accomplishments.
We Like to Think We Know Him by Joseph Bottum: This is the autobiography of “Mark Twain,” not the self-revelations of Samuel Langhorne Clemens, the real man who used that riverboat pseudonym.
A Somewhat Gentle Man by James Bowman: An amusing Norwegian film about revenge — or the lack of it.
Clip of the Day:
Is the Vice President eating his words?
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