4-21-2010 The Day in Review

It’s all about the Benjamins today, as new $100 bills came out.

Monica Davey reports from North Dakota, where the jobs are many, but the housing is limited.

Yahoo rakes it in.

Thomas Friedman believes passage of the healthcare bill has strenghtened Pres. Obama’s hand internationally.

Stanford Prof. Bruce Owen and others lay out their prescription for net neutrality.

Derek Thompson shows that the recession is creating a boom in part-time labor.

Ross Douthat sees little reason to be hopeful of spending cuts.

Carl Zimmer studies the brains of athletes.

Chris Barron rakes Johannesburg mayor Amos Masondo over the coals.

Ross Perot weighs in on the Tea Party.

Stanford Publishing Course begets Yale Publishing Course.

Conor Friedersdorf stands by his dismay at a recent Charles Blow column maligning the Tea Party.

The St. Petersburg Times refutes Mitch McConnell’s assessment of new financial regulations.

Quin Hillyer expounds on what he sees as the problem with Sarah Palin.


New York Times Magazine profiles Politico’s Mike Allen.

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The Greatest Secretary Ever

Secretary’s Day is first celebrated in 1952. It is now Administrative Professional’s Day.

Catherine the Great of Russia was born in 1729, and Tony Danza was born in 1951.

Mark Twain died 100 years ago, in 1910

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