Super Wednesday Links


Roll Call: In Upset, Schmidt Goes Down in Ohio

FNCPolitics: Kucinich on losing primary to Kaptur: ‘I’d like to be able to congratulate her but she ran a media campaign ‘utterly lacking in integrity.’

CNN: Loudly Catholic Santorum loses Ohio Catholics

Marketplace: VIDEO: Super PAC Mad Libs

Bill Pullman: Alternate Independence Day Speech

Cleveland: Cleveland Browns: Joe Haden or Joe Thomas for the Madden 13 cover? Poll

Vanity Fair: West Wing Babies

Walter Williams: So many myths about trade deficits (ps, Examiner your web ads are annoying)

Seems I didn't fare so well in my predictions

Win Free Breakfast At Einstein Bagels For An ENTIRE YEAR

Lifehacker: Three Annoying and Unnecessary Things Companies Do to Get More of Your Money (and How You Can Stop Them)

Thought of the day from one of my favorite former economics professors:

Trying to understand how the same people who say drilling for oil is not the answer because it takes a decade to come online are also giving credit to a president who has been in office 3 years for increases in domestic oil production.

Our President as an annoying, self-righteous twenty something (I guess we have more in common than I thought, except maybe that he hasn’t changed.)

OTB: Buzzfeed Uncovers Video Of Obama At Harvard In 1991

The White House Doodles John Ehrlichman

Madden ’13 Cover — VOTE NOW ->

NYC Folks — visit this place

Slab City (one nsfw)

NewsNet5: Lawyer: Vatican overrules 13 Cleveland church closings

DailyCaller: Lottery winner using food stamps: ‘I thought maybe it was okay because I’m not working’

Maher: Liberals Looks Bad For Not Accepting Rush’s Apology (Read: Quit so conservatives will stop bringing me up)

Gawker: Columbia J-School Grad Submits Most Passive-Aggressively Vicious Alumni Update Ever

Elisha Cuthbert is master of impressions

The age-old argument: Maryland vs. Virginia

Mediaite: Imus Calls Into Cavuto’s Election Night Coverage, Proceeds To Trash Him, Fox Business, Everything

Perspective: How many citizens (per capita) in Virginia Santorum and Gingrich would have needed to sign something to make the primary ballot

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