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9:25 AM ET, June 27, 2010


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Jim Hoft / Gateway Pundit:
Eat Up... Joe Biden Gets Gets Custard in Face When Business Owner Tells Him: “Lower Our Taxes” (Video)  —  Joe “Bite-Me” Biden traveled to Wisconsin yesterday to campaign with far left Progressive Russ Feingold (D-WI).  Smokin Joe ordered a custard at a popular custard stand in Glendale during one of their stops.
John / Power Line:
Kopp the Custard Man  —  It doesn't have quite the snappy ring of “Joe the Plumber,” but it will do.  Earlier today Joe Biden was in Wisconsin, trying to help Russ Feingold salvage his Senate run, and he stopped at a frozen custard stand.  When he asked the proprietor how much the custard cost …
WISN Milwaukee's Channel 12:
Biden Visits Kopp's Custard Stand  —  Vice President Joe Biden noshed custard and chatted with employees and customers during a visit to a popular suburban Milwaukee restaurant.  —  Biden, who was in Milwaukee on Friday for a fundraiser for Democratic U.S. Sen. Russ Feingold, rolled up his sleeves …
Discussion: Gateway Pundit
David Dayen / Firedoglake:
America Speaks in LA - They Want Economic Recovery, No Social Security Cuts  —  The America Speaks meetings held in 19 cities across the country today, funded to the tune of $1 billion dollars by the Peter G. Peterson Foundation, were a study in how subtle messaging and deficit hyping can mold …
Frank Phillips / Boston Globe:
Patrick leads, but Baker surging  —  Support slumps for Cahill in poll; tighter race reflects uneasy electorate  —  Governor Deval Patrick has improved his political standing in recent months but still faces major hurdles in his bid for reelection, according to a new Boston Globe poll …
Discussion: Taegan Goddard's …
Brad Knickerbocker / Christian Science Monitor:
Quagmire?  Nine years on, Americans grow weary of war in Afghanistan  —  Americans approve of Gen. David Petraeus as the new US commander in Afghanistan.  But after nine years and with mounting US casualties, support for the war itself is waning.  —  Until recently, the nine-year conflict …
Andrew J. Bacevich / Washington Post:
Endless war, a recipe for four-star arrogance
Discussion: Taylor Marsh and
Karen Nelson / McClatchy Washington Bureau:
No skimmers in sight as oil floods into Mississippi waters  —  Scores of similar demonstrations were held around the United States, including one at Anna Maria Island, Fla. |  GULFPORT, Miss. — A morning flight over the Mississippi Sound showed long, wide ribbons of orange-colored oil …
Mark Steyn / The Corner on National Review Online:
Spectators in Body Armor — By: Mark Steyn  —  I may have to revise my old line about the British police being “the most monumentally useless in the developed world”.  For the G20 summit, the Toronto coppers ordered up a ton of new body armor, weaponry, gas masks, etc …
Discussion: Jay Currie
Mark Steyn / Orange County Register:
Learning the rules of an unengaged president  —  What do Gen. McChrystal and British Petroleum have in common?  Aside from the fact that they're both Democratic Party supporters.  —  Or they were.  Stanley McChrystal is a liberal who voted for Obama and banned Fox News from his HQ TV.
Wall Street Journal:
The Keynesian Dead End  —  Spending our way to prosperity is going out of style.  —  Today's G-20 meeting has been advertised as a showdown between the U.S. and Europe over more spending “stimulus,” and so it is.  But the larger story is the end of the neo-Keynesian economic moment, and perhaps the start of a healthier policy turn.
Frank Rich / New York Times:
The 36 Hours That Shook Washington  —  THE moment he pulled the trigger, there was near-universal agreement that President Obama had done the inevitable thing, the right thing and, best of all, the bold thing.  But before we get carried away with relief and elation, let's not forget what we saw …
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