AEI’s Jonah Goldberg says all the hype surrounding Banned Books Week has only one problem: none of it is “remotely true.” (USA Today)

Would Keynes be rolling over in his grave at how liberal economists are applying his theories? (Washington Times)

Rick Perry’s plan: $10,000 for a B.A. (New York Times)

Manhattan Institute’s Nicole Gelinas takes an eyebrow-raising look at how New York’s post 9/11 attack aid was distributed. (New York Post)

Should the OECD have gotten Cato’s Daniel J. Mitchell thrown in a Mexican jail? (Cato)

A think tanker eye witness account of why we should be optimistic about Libya. (New York Post)

Even Paul Wolfowitz warns Republicans about the “not since WWII...” line regarding job creation. (AEI)

Obama may have Libya under his belt, but is that enough to say he has a foreign policy? (LA Times)

Cato’s Adam Schaeffer is frustrated that the few details about Obama’s forthcoming jobs plan seem to include increased spending in school infrastructure. (Cato)