4-13-2010 The Day in Review

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Stanford Professor (an approximation)
The New York Times [investigates ](http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/13/business/13lehman.html?th&emc=th)one of Lehman Brothers’ shell corporations.

Abbas Milani emphasizes democracy as a solution to Iran’s nuclear impasse.

Stanford professors make the 4th most money.

Tyler Cowen has a theory about why colleges care about extracurricular activities.

Pulitzer prizes are awarded. None to the National Enquirer.

Reihan Salam responds to yesterday’s featured article that predicted a bright economic future for America.

Republicans are looking good in California.

Michael Kinsley asks what it means to be a conservative judge.

Daniel Larison harshes on Mitt Romney over healthcare.

Eric Massa continues to be creepy.

Julian Sanchez takes issue with this American Spectator piece about the New York Times and Catholic pedophilia.

Stanford biologist discovers fancy new fungus.

Wendy Kaminer bashes Duke’s sexual harassment policy.

Gregory Paul does not see humans as having an innate need for God.

Rick Astley remains excellent.

Michael Calderone of Politico notes the rise of a reporting meritocracy. Jonathan Chait approves.

FEATURED ARTICLE:

Eugene Huskey offers a definitive analysis of the revolution in Kyrgyzstan.

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Lou Bega, "King" of Mambo
**ON THIS DAY:**

In 1997, Tiger Woods became the youngest golfer to win the Masters.

Lou Bega celebrates Mambo #35 as he was born in 1975.

Wallace Stegner died in 1993.

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