Recap: Barack Obama repurposed his language from health-care reform for his speech on oil; it's hard to solve problems you don't feel comfortable naming; and the Senate seems to have decided that unemployment is pretty much okay at 9.7 percent.
Here's what else:
1) A more positive take on Obama's speech.
2) Keith Hennessey goes for some close textual analysis.
3) Jay Rosen on the ideology of the American press.
4) NASA data show the past decade was by far the warmest on record.
5) "Top Chef D.C." begins tonight!
Recipe of the day: grilled lemon and herb flat bread.
June 16, 2010; 6:55 PM ET
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