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Last call

I'll be on MSNBC's Countdown tonight, toward the middle of the program.

Robert VerBruggen catches Elena Kagan thinking of the NRA and the KKK in the same moment; Greg Sargent has the White House response.

Keith Hennessey makes the case for suspending the Jones Act.

Sharron Angle keeps answering questions from the right.

Tim Griffin leads. (The frustration of Democrats watching as a figure in the fired U.S. attorneys scandal and the 2004 voter caging story glides into Congress is palpable.)

Tea partyers organize in blocks, looking ahead at the election.

A Democratic trickster drafts "tea party" candidates in Florida.

Charlie Crist leads in Florida.

Eric Cantor hedges his bets, literally.

In lieu of a music video, here is the international (and best) trailer for Edgar Wright's "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World," a movie I am absurdly excited about.

By David Weigel  |  June 18, 2010; 7:15 PM ET
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