Roundup time: The "lone Republican" theory of legislating is bunk, cap-and-trade would be much rougher on coal-powered electricity plants than on drivers, and China might be facing a real estate bubble.
Here's what we didn't do:
1) Lindsey Graham's effort to carve out a rhetorical approach that can support policies to address global warming without actually admitting the reality of global warming leads to some very confusing comments.
3) The new Eminem is extremely earnest, but I find it touching to imagine him creating this song that's basically meant to reach whatever portion of his audience is in great pain and looking for a type of gritty uplift.
4) I'll be on "Countdown" tonight talking about last night's primary results.
June 9, 2010; 7:00 PM ET
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