4-22-2010 The Day in Review

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Admit Weekend has never been [bigger](http://news.stanford.edu/news/2010/april/admit-weekend-setup-042210.html).

Sen. John Ensign (R-NV) has a campaign donor!

The Supreme Court is filled with technological masterminds.

The U.N. is spending a majority of its Haiti relief money on staff.

South Park loses a censorship battle to Islamic extremists.

Michael Steele is the worst at his job.

The value-added tax may be coming our way.

Jim Manzi bags on Mark Levin’s new book, Liberty and Tyranny.

Stanford football comes up with the best marketing plan ever.

MLB games are coming to PlayStation.

Timothy Egan chastises Nike for continuing to sponsor Ben Roethlisberger.

A delightful roundup of the NBA’s biggest feuds.

The Week rounds up the links to those who ask how Toby Gerhart’s race will affect his draft status.

Olivia Judson flags a study indicating that being fat is bad for your brain.


Politico’s top reporters don’t buy the Tea Party hype.

"The Greatest Honor History Can Bestow is the Title of Peacemaker"

The official newspaper of the Soviet Union’s Communist Party, Pravda began publication in 1912.

Immanuel Kant was born in 1724.

Richard Nixon, the 34th President of the United States died in 1994.

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