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10:21 AM, Apr 9, 2010 • By MARY KATHARINE HAM
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Peggy Noonan translates the testimonies to the Financial Industry Inquiry Commission.

I don't know if I even want to live in an America where a man named Mohammed can't say he's setting his shoes on fire on a plane without everyone jumping to conclusions.

Obama gets predictably petty about Palin.

I thought the Tea Party was supposed to be the spoiler? SEIU sets up third party in N.C.

Katherine Mangu-Ward: Is D.C. the last chance for school reform?

"It's like saying that if a terrorist deliberately uses his car to mow down a hundred people waiting at a bus stop, the decision as to whether he gets (a) hanged or (b) 100 hours of community service hinges entirely on whether his car had passed emissions inspections."

SRLC: "The second day of speeches at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference begins after 1:00 pm ET, with addresses by Sarah Palin, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, and Texas Gov. Rick Perry. Palin, of course, is the main attraction."

Hmmm: Barney Frank pondering retirement? A fun rumor, at least for the moment.

Ouch: MSNBC president calls Shuster not "ethical, moral, or professional."

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