Good morning, friends! Last night was a major victory for conservatism. I’ve added a few takes on Scott Walker‘s win to make sure you don’t miss anything important, and expect to see my own thoughts on this big day in the near future. Here’s your morning Lagniappe:
Jonathan Tobin for Human Events - “Walker’s Example: Courage Rewarded”
Michael Tomasky for the Daily Beast - “Is Barack Obama Too Weak to Win in November?”
Nate Silver for the New York Times – “Governor’s Races Can Be a Contrary Indicator for Presidential Elections”
David Fahrenthold and Rachel Weiner for the Washington Post: “Gov. Walker survives recall in Wisconsin”
Matthew Boyle for the Daily Caller: “Documents prove senior Justice Department officials approved Fast and Furious”
David Crary for the Associated Press - “Obama a socialist? Many scoff, but claim persists”
Finally, here’s a link to a “Stand With Governor Walker” video from the recall campaign. You won’t be able to stop watching.
Feel free to contact me with suggestions for the next day’s Lewis’s Lagniappe.
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