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Al Jazeera: North Ugandans react in anger to Kony2012

Mitt Romney won Hawaii (but the news didn’t seem to focus on that last night)

MightyHeaton: The Pitfalls of Student Council

MR: The Taco Truck Mystery

WSJ Blogs: Coach Lavin answers my question about SLU’s hopes against Memphis

Deadspin: How To Watch The NCAA Tournament At Work

Examiner: CBO estimate of Obamacare nearly doubles

Examiner: Politico editor John Harris: Voters are stupid (More often than not, Harris is right)

BBC: Crossing a St Louis street that divides communities

New Student Loan Bailout Legislation to be funded with Imaginary Money

Emily Miller: DC’s gun law deception

CNet: Goodbye, cruel Google–an ex-employee’s lament

Um, yeah, it’s pie day

One one hand, the Longshoreman union loves trade with China, but on the other hand they oppose free trade agreements. This union is like a flighty teenage girl.

CBS Philly: Government Gridlock Leads To Toilet Paper Shortage In Trenton (Seriously? What a joke. Just go to Cost-Co and buy your own freaking supply.)

RollCall: Liberals join CATO squabble

Obama’s bracket [spoiler: he hates on SLU]

Gizmodo: Yahoo is out to burn the web

PJ: Better names for things

Cleveland.com: Cleveland Browns haven’t pursued QB Matt Flynn, not set to make offer, league source says

ESPN: Browns set to release guard Eric Steinbach

“It has been a good ride in Cleveland, and I hope it can continue,” he said in a statement. “I’m proud to say that the offensive line has been a bright spot through the past few seasons. I will continue to work with the Browns through my agent in hopes of striking a deal that is practical and fair for both sides.”

Steinbach then channeled his inner “Anchorman” when he added, “If my time here comes to an end, I want the people of this great city to remember one thing: ‘You stay classy Cleveland!'”

NYTimes: Why I am leaving Goldman Sachs

The double 1911

Gizmodo: Here’s what happens when DC is nuked

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