Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Tuesday's Daily Brief

Tuesday, April 3, 2012
Kentucky Wins National Championship
Obama: Paul Ryan's Budget is 'Nothing But Thinly Veiled Social Darwinism'
U.S. Offers $10 Million Bounty For Pakistani Militant Chief
At Least 6 People Killed In Shooting At Oakland Religious School
Enhanced Police Video Shows Gashes On Zimmerman's Head
Robert Reich: Turning America Into a Giant Casino
Organized gambling is a scam. And it particularly preys upon people with lower incomes -- who assume they can't make it big any other way, who often find it hardest to assess the odds, and whose families can least afford to lose the money. Yet America is now opening the floodgates.
Geoffrey Dunn: Palin vs. Couric: Recounting the Infamous 2008 Campaign Interview
While Sarah Palin admitted that her performance in the Couric interviews in 2008 "had let the team down," she never acknowledged that she had failed to prepare for them.
Alex Castellanos: Bathing in Moral Superiority
In the Grand Old Party, we see moral standards as necessary but humbling measures of our imperfections, revealing how far and how often we fall short. The principled perfection of the left, however, requires little such humility.
Greta Van Susteren: Oh My... Did President Obama Forget Marbury v. Madison? What's Up With Harvard Law School?
Every law school -- yes, even Harvard Law School -- teaches the landmark case Marbury v. Madison. It was decided in 1803 (yes, 1803!). You read it your first year in law school.
Rep. Luis Gutierrez: The Stolen Dreams Act
Anti-immigration policies and anti-immigrant rhetoric adopted by some leaders in Senator Rubio's party aren't just liabilities with Latino voters, they are liabilities will all voters.

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