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The Day Ahead: Wednesday, May 11
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President Obama will discuss the economy in a CBS town hall, and then deficit reduction strategies with Senate Democrats at the White House (Washington Post)

New Gingrich will become become the first presidential candidate to announce a campaign via facebook and twitter (Politico)

Democrats led by Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois will reintroduce the DREAM Act (Fox News)

Planned Parenthood gears up to sue Indiana as governor Mitch Daniels signs defunding bill (L.A. Times)

John Boehner: tax hikes are off the table:


On the main site:

Obama’s Broken Immigration Clock by Ross Kaminsky: In El Paso, it was right maybe twice — a sign of improvement!

The Incredible Shrinking Recovery, by Peter Ferrara: Only this president could brag about this economy’s anemic growth rate.

New Republican Presidential Hopefuls Emerge, by Gerald Nachman: It’s lucky the party has a deep bench.

America’s Irresponsible Silence on Syria, by Matthew RJ Brodsky: A bizarre love affair turns very sour.

How Should Conservatives View the Osama Killing?, by Lisa Fabrizio: What’s behind the queasiness many seem to feel?

The Hijacking of Earth Day, by Gilbert Ross, M.D.: It would have been better to observe World Malaria Day.

DiMaggio: 56 at 70, by Aaron Goldstein: Here’s a record steroids won’t break.

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