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1) America held hostage: Day one.

2) A great illustration of what financial markets look like these days.

3) Theories of presidential agendas: The rifle vs. the shotgun.

4) An interview with Tory leader David Cameron on whether conservatives can embrace gay voters.

5) Is Obama's budget DOA?

I was going to wish you a good weekend, but Sen. Shelby put a hold on wishing anyone a good weekend until he gets a defense plant built in Alabama. Apologies.

By Ezra Klein  |  February 5, 2010; 6:23 PM ET
 
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Comments

Thanks for the chuckle. Have a great weekend. It'll all be here, just the same, when you return.

Posted by: onewing1 | February 5, 2010 7:13 PM | Report abuse

Hold on, buddy.

Posted by: gagkk | February 5, 2010 9:24 PM | Report abuse

something cheerful
for those in washington...with icicles growing on their noses, and corn meal in their cupboard.
this is an extremely rare, heirloom recipe to make corn bread out of freshfallen snow.
you might never find this recipe, so i would like to share it.
the ammonia in fresh snow, makes the bread rise, and it really works!
*****snow corn bread*****

2 cups of yellow corn meal
1/2 teason salt
pinch of fresh ground black pepper
4 cups of dry, freshfallen snow
butter

mix corn meal with salt, pepper and snow in a chilled bowl.
work fast, blending the ingredients quickly with a wooden spoon.
fill a buttered and lightly floured shallow baking dish about 7/8 full.
bake in a hot oven at 400 degrees til the top is crisp and golden brown.
perfect on a snowy sunday!

Posted by: jkaren | February 7, 2010 11:35 AM | Report abuse

The budget will pass. It'll just have to look a little different.

Posted by: titetanm | February 7, 2010 11:56 AM | Report abuse

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