6-1-2010 The Day in Review

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You miss them already, don't you? No? Ok.
Al and Tipper Gore to [separate](http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0610/38001.html).

Nations pile the condemnation on Israel.

Batteries will kill you.

David Brooks sees the Obama Administration stagnating.

Stanford Accounting Prof. Charles Lee is better at picking stock than you.

Old people explain that college kids love cities.

Jesse Zwick praises Bobby Jindal’s reaction to the oil spill.

Glenn Greenwald rebuts those who would put Ron Paul with the crazies.

Joel Wing finds Iraq unlikely to fall apart.

Daniel Drezner doubts the efficacy of sanctions on Iran.

Parts of Guatemala are sinking.

Alyssa Rosenberg wants to see more bros get iced in Washington, DC.

Joseph Sternberg views offshore drilling as the least bad option.

Sure Sex and the City 2 is terrible, but is it racist too?

Ben Macintyre compares Susan Boyle and Harper Lee.

Oy.

The Wall Street Journal’s Main Street column notes the array of opinions on abortion.

Jeff Wise asks the question on everyone’s mind. Who’s fairer: a chimpanzee or a mortgage banker?

David Firestone disapprovingly highlights the Tea Party’s willingness to let direct election of Senators go.

Google dumps Windows.

Mark Steyn thinks it’s time to grow up.

Workplaces are boring.

FEATURED ARTICLE:

Pankaj Mishra weighs the merits of three Islamic scholars.


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Today, JFK sings for you, Marilyn
ON THIS DAY:

In 2009, General Motors filed for bankrupcy.

Marilyn Monroe was born in 1926.

President James Buchanan died in 1868

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