Today’s Most Popular Stories 3.22.11

Every afternoon we surf your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for March 22, 2011:

Washington Post: AP Exclusive: Japan nuclear crisis provokes anger, shows lack of preparedness

Washington Times: Union boss goes off at meeting, prison guards say

Washington Examiner: Ill. state Senator leaves for Texas: ‘I’m tired of subsidizing crooks.’

USA Today: Anti-aircraft fire, explosions echo in Tripoli

The Hill: White House: Helping install ‘a democratic system’ is goal in Libya

Politico: Nicolas Sarkozy’s war

Roll Call: Veepstakes Kick Off: 14 Capitol Hill Contenders

National Journal: No Political No-Fly Zone for Obama

Talking Points Memo: Scott Brown: It ‘Goes Too Far’ To Cut All Planned Parenthood Funding

Politics Daily: Sarah Palin’s Popularity Slips to 60 Percent Disapproval Rate in Poll

The New Republic: How the Left Got Libya Wrong

The Daily Caller: Critics contend Assistant Attorney General Loretta King guided more by racial politics than the law