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This blog is a work in progress, which means four things. One, I'm that much more thankful that you're reading it. Two, I want you to feel more than free to e-mail me or pass on messages in the comments, on Twitter, via carrier pigeon -- really, via anything but Google Buzz. Three, I'm still adding links to the Daily Clicks and the blog roll. And finally, I'm inaugurating end-of-day roundup posts but have yet to decide on a fitting title for these posts. Ezra Klein has "Reconciliation"; Matthew Yglesias has "Endgame"; Ben Smith has "Remainders"; and Greg Sargent has "Happy Hour Roundup." For today, I'm going to pay tribute to William F. Buckley and take your suggestions.

Gov. Jim Gibbons (R-Nev.) joins Govs. Sonny Perdue (R-Ga.) and Tim Pawlenty (R-Minn.) in the elite club of governors overruling their attorneys general to sue over health-care reform.

Kathleen Sebelius sees political pandering behind it all.

Tom Woods, who's done for nullification what Rick Rubin did for Johnny Cash, goes after Sean Wilentz.

An RNC committeeman, who would have had to quit his job to run for Congress, quits his job, blaming Michael Steele.

Two old Republican hands -- both of them still in the game -- stand up for him anyway.

Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell honors the Confederacy, which was one subject that didn't appear in his thesis.

Kentucky Republican candidates for the U.S. Senate both lead their Democratic rivals in the polls.

Quin Hillyer frets about another Thurgood Marshall on the high court.

Libertarian comedian Tim Slagle defends Obama critics from cries of "racism!" in the least-convincing manner possible.

Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin is the latest member of the armed forces to discover the downside of YouTube monologues questioning Barack Obama's citizenship.

Heritage determines that America is no longer free ...

... and girds for a "long war" to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

And the right reacts to 'Right Now.'

I'd like to end these posts with some video digestifs, and the inaugural video will either put a stop to jokes about the name or the blog or -- more likely -- start another round of them. I'm ready to take that chance.

By David Weigel  |  April 6, 2010; 7:30 PM ET
Categories:  Conservatives  
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