- Bill Kristol makes a compelling case for the campaign that Mitt Romney needs to run to win in November. Kristol explains that a candidate needs to act presidential rather than snide and be comfortable outlining a positive vision for the country backed by credible policies. Kristol fails to see that Romney is engaged in the snide campaign and has never articulated a single policy to cure economy, instead hurling ill-founded claims dismissing over 2 years of sustained growth.
- Merrill Matthews explains that liberals are wrong for claiming that oil drilling won’t lower gas prices and then…systematically proves that more oil drilling won’t lower gas prices. It’s a surreal read since its tone and conclusions are at odds.
- Wells Fargo turned away its own shareholders at its annual meeting. The corporate system depends on the belief that individuals can buy ownership in the enterprise. Kicking them out for failing to support the $19.8 million pay package of the CEO gives lie to that belief.