Recap: Mark Zandi says the stimulus and the financial rescue added 8.5 million jobs and increased GDP by 6.5 percent; how to keep filibuster reform from becoming a power grab; and the limits of techo-optimism on global warming.
1) Cities to cut 500,000 jobs without further aid.
2) "I know I’m not supposed to say this, but Tibetan Buddhism really freaked me out."
3) The deficit commission's spending target doesn't make sense.
Recipe of the day: Sesame noodles with Thai basil.
July 28, 2010; 6:38 PM ET
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