Headline Roundup (7/2/10)

In the news:

  • Legerdemain: Obama figured out how to lower unemployment rate even though people lost jobs and didn’t get hired.
  • Military Draft: They call for one on MSNBC of all places!
  • Ed Morrissey takes a look at the dissenters in McDonald. Glenn Reynolds says he’s so jaded that he’s relieved it was only four.
  • Self publishing: Want to self publish your own book? Here’s someone who did and what they thought about it.
  • Tea Party: Howard Kurtz says “deciphering what this movement stands for can be like nailing Jell-O to the wall” and “but they seem more united by generalized anger than specific solutions.” Pay attention, Howard! They stand for fiscal responsibility sanity, transparency, accountability, and an end to corporate welfare (those bailouts that spurred them on in the first place). And their solutions are: a balanced budget amendment, term limits, and a read the bills act amont other things.
  • The Supreme Court: More polarized than ever.
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