Wednesday Morning Roundup

Frank Lloyd Wright was born on this day in 1867.

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It’s Obama’s Economy, Stupid
Jonah Goldberg, Townhall.com
No president “runs” the U.S. economy, but this president talks like he does more than any I can remember. And yet, none of his economic promises or predictions has panned out.
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Comic Chris Titus hints at assassinating Palin ‘if she gets elected President
The Daily Caller
Sometimes there is a line that is crossed between what appropriate for comedy and what’s likely off limits. But did comic Christopher Titus cross that line?
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U.S. Supreme Court, 8 to 1, Suspends Fourth Amendment
Nat Hentoff, CATO Institute
On May 16, 2011, in these United States, eight justices, apparently unaware of the deep roots the Fourth Amendment has in our history, ruled in Kentucky v. King — as warned in the interpretation of the lone dissenter, Ruth Bader Ginsburg — to suspend the Fourth Amendment…
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7 reasons journalists make good entrepreneurs
Poynter.
While being a journalist doesn’t increase the odds of creating a successful startup, those with a media background bring more to the table than they may realize.
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6 New & Innovative Social Media Campaigns to Learn From
Mashable
From utilizing online video in an inventive way to creating a unique presence on Facebook, these six social media campaigns are some of the most original pieces of work as of late.
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Born on this Day

1867 – Frank Lloyd Wright, American architect (d. 1959)
1924 – Lyn Nofziger, American political operative (d. 2006)
1925 – Barbara Bush, former First Lady of the United States
1933 – Joan Rivers, American comedian and author
1957 – Scott Adams, American cartoonist

“The ultimate test of of a moral society is the kind of world that it leaves to its children.” ~ Dietrich Bonhoeffer

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