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- Today, the Post leads with this strange headline: “Did Rush Limbaugh Tilt Results in Indiana?” The Obama camp is charging that a radio crusade by Limbaugh dubbed “Operation Chaos” encouraged Republican voters in Indiana to vote for Clinton in the Democratic primary in order to prolong the nomination process. “Rush Limbaugh was tampering with the primary, and the GOP has clearly declared that it wants Hillary Clinton as the candidate,” whined Sen. John Kerry. People really do what Rush Limbaugh tells them to do?
- Prince of Petworth gives you an alternative to this: “Bit O’ Lit,” a new feature on newsstands which publishes excerpts from new fiction and non-fiction works, and includes dates of upcoming literary readings in the area. Bit o’ Lit claims it “provides a selection of top fiction and non-fiction excerpts each issue, allowing you to sample and evaluate books on your own terms.” The Prince has a good point: “Ok, but I’m not sure on who’s terms I was evaluating books before…”
- George Mason University has raised tuition by nearly 10 percent, the Examiner reports. In-state tuition and fees are now $7,512; out-of-state costs are $21,648. You’ve got a long way to go, baby.
- Slate‘s Explainer explains who controls the contents of the D.C. Madam‘s suicide note, which was released to the media on Monday. Law enforcement does—-either the medical examiner or the sheriff—-which means pesky journalists can FOIA those final words into full FoxNews.com PDFs. The physical property of the notes themselves are owned by the estate of the deceased.