Friday morning talkers: Schwarzenegger's comic book and Julian Assange's dance moves

April 01, 2011|By Luke Broadwater

On weekday mornings, I'll post the most controversial, shocking and (of course) ridiculous stories for your reading pleasure. That way, when you walk into work, you'll be the master of witty conversation.

National

• Obama gains favor with young voters. (Politico) 

• Bruce Springsteen writes a letter to the editor of his hometown newspaper. (Asbury Park Press) 

• Why Michele Bachmann needs a photo-op manager. (Liberaland) 

• Schwarzenegger gets a comic book. (EW) 

• Giffords aides hope for senate run. (NYT) 

• USAID: GOP budget would kill 70,000 kids. (Foreign Policy) 

• U.S. trying to figure out who the rebels we're supporting in Libya actually are. (Washington Post) 

• Alaksa considering lowering drinking age for U.S. troops. (Fox News) 

• Spend Monday mornings with Donald Trump on Fox News. (Mediaite) 

• Rebecca Black more Googled than Libya. (The Atlantic) 

• Obama less open than Bush? (Washington Post)

Local 

• Bartlett presses Gates on Libya costs. (Baltimore Sun) 

• Westboro-style funeral protests targeted. (Annapolis Capital)

• Lawmakers pass law letting them ride free on public transportation. (Baltimore Sun)

Video 

• Unlike Trump, Bachmann not at all interested in questioning Obama's birthplace 


• Herman Cain: Media scared a "real black man" may run against Obama

• Julian Assange gets down on the dance floor 

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