DAY'S END ROUNDUP

FROM THE BLOGS:

Over-articulate Obama
The president's careful explanation of his actions in Libya clouds his greater point, Robert Stein writes at The Moderate Voice

We must keep the legacy of Reaganomics alive
Writing for The Corner, CNBC host Larry Kudlow says that Republican presidential candidates need to sharpen their "pro-growth message."

Gingrich, Breitbart and Walker: Soviets for a new millennium?
The conservative trio promotes abusive government behavior and uses propaganda to further their aims, says John Aravosis of AMERICAblog

OTHER NEWS SOURCES:

Cantor nixes another stopgap: 'Time is up here'
The House GOP leader raised the stakes in the showdown over spending on Capitol Hill, Molly K. Hooper reports for The Hill.

Rebels retreat as world leaders meet on Libya
World leaders vowed to increase international pressure on Libyan leader Col. Moammar Gadhafi, while rebel forces encountered tough fighting on Tuesday, The Washington Post reports

Echoes of Bush in Obama's Libya speech
The New York Times writes that while the president has tried to distance himself from his predecessor, some themes in his Monday address shared similarities with the 43rd president.