Today I tried to explain -- and rename -- resolution authority, looked at how the $50 billion liquidation fund actually works, and wondered what exactly Wall Street does to deserve those fantastic profits.
Here's what I didn't get to:
1) Roger Lowenstein wonders whether Wall Street should be a casino.
2) Henry Waxman isn't giving up on the public option.
3) David Brooks has some nice things to say about the internet.
4) The Heritage Foundation should tell the Heritage Foundation to stop misrepresenting the Heritage Foundation's record.
Recipe of the day: Ramen stir fry with sesame, shitake, and ginger.
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