By Dylan Matthews
Today, I thought about depoliticizing stimulus policy, while Ezra talked to Aspen panelists about corporations' unwillingness to spend, passed along snippets from Alan Greenspan's pessimistic talk, and marveled at the accessibility the Web provides to events like Aspen.
1) The Hoover Dam's not getting as much water to California as the state wants.
2) Two of the three appellate judges who ruled against the drilling ban have represented oil and gas companies.
3) The most and least popular ways to close the deficit.
4) Daniel Drezner weighs in on journalists' use of research papers.
Recipe of the Day: People older than me should try this cocktail of Derek Brown's, made just for the D.C. heat wave.
July 9, 2010; 6:50 PM ET
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