Recap: The depressing reality of our health-care debate; the legal fight over the individual mandate is not about liberty; and a surprising poll showing what voters want from Congress over the next two years.
1) The full testimony (pdf) that Charles Fried, Reagan's former solicitor general, gave before the Senate Judiciary Committee during today's hearing on the individual mandate.
2) Jeff Rosen's profile of Anthony Kennedy.
3) The worth of simple models.
4) I'll be traveling a bit over the next two days, so my blogging might be pretty light. Dylan Matthews and The Atlantic's Derek Thompson will be here helping out, though. Be nice to them!
| February 2, 2011; 6:59 PM ET
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