Today on the Dish we saw AIPAC place the blame on the US government while Walter Russell Mead came down on Israel. A reader made an shrewd point about a double standard applied to Obama and Andrew responded to Goldblog's refusal to respond to him any further.

On HCR, Nate Silver assessed the odds of success, Jonathan Bernstein told us what to keep our eyes on, Frum showed the similarities between Obamacare and Romneycare, and Will Saletan spoke the truth on polling. The Texas Board Of Education tore out Jefferson from its history books and Andrew somewhat sided with Beck over social justice. 

Friedersdorf and Powerline continued to expose Andy McCarthy's awfulness, Wendy Kaminer knocked the ACLU for having selective principles, Douthat defended Paul Ryan, Sara Mosle talked school choice, Lady GaGa released an underwhelming video, and Kucinich continued to suck. Bob Barker was one creepy dude. Weekend wrap here. Another segment of Andrew's Princeton speech here. And today's window was great.

-- C.B.

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