By Dylan Matthews
Today, John suggested that media figures may be responsible for Americans thinking Obama is a Muslim, Suzy explained the debate around the E-Verify employment verification system, I talked to Edward Zigler about why passing child care legislation is so hard, and Justin taught us how to make melon soup.
1) More bad economic news from the BLS displaced workers' survey.
2) Is "The Great McGinty" the best political movie ever? It's hard for me to see anything topping "Election."
3) A new CBPP report on Social Security.
4) It's only slightly related to the issues I'm talking about in my early education/child care posts, but Pamela Paul's piece on major depression in preschoolers is outstanding.
August 26, 2010; 7:00 PM ET
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