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1) Why employment might not recover until 2013.

2) Chris Dodd looks to strip the Federal Reserve of some of its power.

3) Michael Tomasky makes a bunch of Olympia Snowe puns.

4) There is a connection between "political correctness" and national security, argues Marc Lynch, but the critics have it backwards. Political correctness is the friend, not the foe, of national security.

5) Why do senators filibuster?

Recipe of the day: Yesterday I asked you all for kimchi recipes. Momofuku's surprisingly simple approach was the winner.

By Ezra Klein  |  November 10, 2009; 6:35 PM ET
 
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was at Megan McArdle's blog and realized her Blogroll is still linked to your old blog @ the American Prospect. No wonder she's talking all silly about Health Care lately. Some one give the woman the correct address.

Posted by: msgandhi1 | November 10, 2009 10:09 PM | Report abuse

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