In today's headline roundup: Rahm Emanuel is quitting the White House, Obama's thuggery is useless against the oil spill, Lieberman argues it's no big deal for the U.S. President to have an Internet "kill switch" because China has one, a cartoonist's hilarious take on media polls, six ways to pay less for your college degree, resources for financial freedom, reports that exercise may be more powerful than drugs in treating depression, Obama the Rorschach Test, and a study on red light cameras (they don't work).
Cross posted from Young Americans for Liberty:
- I quit! 'Rahm Emanuel, the White House chief of staff, is expected to leave his job later this year after growing tired of the "idealism" of Barack Obama's inner circle.'
- True statement- Washington Examiner's Senior Political Analyst says "Obama's thuggery is useless in fighting spill."
- "Change": Despite promising a new era in American politics, an era of real solutions to our problems instead of partisan agendas, President Obama appears to have appointed members to his gulf oil spill commission on the basis of their politics, not their engineering skill.
- Unassailable logic: Lieberman argues U.S. should have Internet "kill switch" because China has one. Here's a shovel, Joe. Keep digging.
- Public opinion or lazy journalism?
- 6 ways to pay less for a college degree
- Freedom: Achieve security in your personal finances while pursuing your deepest aspirations.
- Exercise could be a better treatment for depression than powerful pharmaceutical drugs.
- Prescient: Is Senator Obama a Rorschach Test?
- Study: No benefit from red light cameras.
W. E. Messamore, Editor in Chief
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