Today, we went long on the shadow-banking sector that caused the financial crisis, made the case for Lindsey Graham's anger at Harry Reid, made the case for Harry Reid's dismissal of Lindsey Graham, and tried to ferret out "epistemic closure."
Here's what I didn't get to:
1) Ross Douthat wonders whether conservatism needs Fox News.
2) Tim Fernholz looks at what comes next for FinReg.
3) Felix Salmon did not have a good meal at Chez Panisse. (My last time there was really terrific, however.)
4) Spencer Ackerman really didn't have a good meal at the Star and Shamrock.
5) Should Congress overrule the states on climate-change policy?
Recipe of the day: English pea soup with mint.
April 26, 2010; 6:25 PM ET
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