With some links I’ve been saving but never got around to posting:

  • Wind energy industry is sucking up federal subsidies at an amazing pace, and it’s going to industry insiders.
  • Interesting article at Yale Law Journal about how impeachment is not, or at least should not be, the only way to remove federal judges.  Hmmmm.
  • Not in favor of a Sarah Palin write-in campaign.  It simply draws votes away from other not-Romneys.  If she wants to run, she should run; it’s the same way I feel about others who have opted out but who still are talked about as jumping in.
  • A sign of irritation in Wisconsin.  Nothing surprises me anymore.
  • Center for American Progress scrubbed its “Israel-Firsters” accusations.  But not to worry, Glenn Greenwald still likes the term.
  • The guy who wrote the column about selling out Taiwan for Chinese debt forgiveness now says it all was a joke.  Right.
  • New Dept. of Education guidelines boost race-based admission preferences.
  • Remember Luis Fortuño?  There’s talk about him as a possible VP nominee, but I think it’s highly unlikely.

Question of the Day:

  • Is anyone working today?  And if so, if you have one eye on this blog and the other eye on the clock, how is it that you are “working”?