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1) How Brazil, Russia, India and China came to be known as BRIC.

2) What journalism taught Gabriel Garcia Marquez.

3) "The bills before Congress are politically partisan and substantively bipartisan."

4) What are financial markets good for?

5) "You come at the king, you'd best not miss."

6) Why is David Axelrod meeting with Geithner critic and financial reformer Elizabeth Warren?

7) "I can't remember ever being as embarrassed to be a Democrat as I am today."

Recipe of the day: Thai cucumber salad.

By Ezra Klein  |  January 20, 2010; 6:47 PM ET
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I loves me some Elizabeth Warren....

Posted by: ThomasEN | January 20, 2010 9:06 PM | Report abuse

Ezra

Can you comment on the impending decision by the US Supreme Court to gut campaign finance laws, an action that will allow corporations and unions to make unlimited donations to campaigns?

This action will be the final nail in our Democratic coffin, so it needs to be discussed.

Someone needs to tell the USSC Justices that they will be impeached if they vote for this insaneness, and you can be a loud voice in this effort (to at least raise the issue).

I argue now that the way we currently fund campaigns is the real reason behind many or our current problems, yet no politician except Alan Grayson seems to want to do anything about it.

Posted by: Lomillialor | January 21, 2010 7:21 AM | Report abuse

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