Today I wondered why the experts and the staffers are so much more split on financial-regulation reform than they were on health-care reform, asked after the Republican alternative to endless bailouts and interviewed labor economist Larry Mishel about when the recession will really end.
Here's what I didn't get to:
1) Dahlia Lithwick and Sonja West argue that Justice John Paul Stevens's career shows that empathy is important for a great judge.
2) Benjy Sarlin interviews AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka about Andy Stern's departure from SEIU.
3) Scott Lemieux offers the case for putting a real liberal on the Supreme Court.
4) One more link to Marc Ambinder's article about obesity.
Recipe of the day: Not really a recipe so much as a snack, but try eating raw, red cabbage with pieces of ricotta salatta. It's become something of an unlikely favorite in my household. Crunchy and salty and sweet all at once.
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