It's been a few days since I did one of these.
Kevin Drum wonders why no-one is calling the Huckster on making his policy sh*t up as he goes along.
Larisa notes that MSM "flatland journalism" - where the world is no longer round, but may be flat depending whose opinion you present - is in overdrive about those destroyed CIA torture tapes and the WH spin that they did it all themselves.
But Durbin, at least, has belatedly noticed the rendition dodge-around.
Ken Anderson guests at the Brad Blog to explain that progressive pundits who wannabe insiders of the power elite are quietly rolling over for moneyed Kingmakers.
At The Reaction, Carl says that within some of our lifetimes much of the west coast will be uninhabitable desert. And he has backup for that from Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
Shake's Sis: "Not to point out the obvious or anything, but when you can pass a Congressional resolution honoring Christianity and one of its major holidays with only nine dissenters, that's pretty much categorically undeniable evidence that Christianity is, in fact, not under assault in America."
After being all for their own columnist, Undead Fred, when he first announced (and having done much to cajole him into running in the first place), the National Review has endorsed Romney instead. Some might say that's...umm...ungenerous...of them. K-Lo says it's because Fred's a crap campaigner rather than just a suit full of bugger all. But might they not have looked harder at that aspect to begin with?