Overall a good result, and a refreshingly intelligible rationale from Chief Justice Roberts
The Affordable Care Act isn't well-liked -- because, inexplicably, the administration has made no effort to sell it.
Chris Christie is impossible to dislike, and Bruce Springsteen owes him a beer.
I would have been less disappointed with Obama's Cleveland speech if it hadn't been trailed so elaborately as a big event.
The proposal for eurobonds with conditions is no silver bullet, but still I think Europe's best way out of the present mess.
Democrats have two excuses: the Republicans' enormous money advantage, and the sense among many voters that the election should not have been called in the first place.
Speaking of snobbery and rednecks and so forth, I enjoyed this piece by Chris Pepus from In These Times: "What's the Matter with Bill Maher?"
He's backing Democrat Tom Barrett all the way. It could make all the difference.
Friday's jobs numbers and Bill Clinton's comment about Romney's "sterling" work in private equity don't cause me to revise my opinion that Obama is losing
The Hill reports that the Obama campaign is struggling to come up with a good campaign theme. How about "The Audacity of Despair"?
Further to my previous post, here's a novel take on Greece's options by Jacob Funk Kirkegaard at the Peterson Institute.
Remembering a journalist whose ambition was to do his job as well as he could, without making a great fuss about it