Super Saver wins the Kentucky Derby.
Roger Ebert hates 3-D.
Stanford Prof. Abbas Milani doubts that Ahmadinejad has crushed the Green movement.
Bruce Bartlett doesn’t see a value-added tax anytime in our near future.
David Cameron takes a page out of Newt Gingrich’s book.
Radley Balko expects the Charlie Crist/Marco Rubio divide to play out similarly to the Joe Lieberman/Ned Lamont one a few years ago.
E.D. Kain and Megan McArdle have some proposals on immigration.
Jonah Goldberg draws an equivalence between Arizona’s immigration law and healthcare.
David Brooks makes peace with the corruption that comes with progress.
Daniel Indiviglio searches for meaning in the Goldman Sachs hearings.
Thomas Friedman focuses his attention on trouble in Mexico.
We’re still smarter than monkeys. Yes!
Paul Krugman toasts the Euro-skeptics.
Pres. Obama takes on liberal judicial activism.
John Caramanica profiles once-washed up rapper Lloyd Banks.
Tim Ferriss gets the most out of his Visa card. And you can too!
Vanity Fair’s Nancy Jo Sales investigates a group of teenagers who robbed celebrities’ homes in southern California.**ON THIS DAY:**
Good Housekeeping magazine began publication in 1885.
Catherine the Great of Russia was born in 1729.
J. Edgar Hoover died in 1972.