Debate live-blogging preempted my usual Day’s End post yesterday, so I missed the chance to draw attention to other cool stuff that’s up on the Washington Monthly site. Here are several noteworthy items:
* At Ten Miles Square, Andrew Rudalevige reviews the career of the recently-deceased Sen. Arlen Specter, and suggests it’s not “moderate” but instead “all over the place.”
* Also at Ten Miles Square, Jonathan Alter reports that Sen. Marco Rubio had no trouble decisively splitting with Mitt Romney on his anti-China agenda.
* At College Guide, Daniel Luzer decides Mitt Romney seems to have conducted a flip-flop on Pell Grants, which joins Big Bird as conspicuous exception to the non-defense discretionary items that would have a hazy if negative fate in a Romney administration.
* And also at College Guide, Luzer provides a brisk summary of the Christian Right blowup over Dinesh D’Souza’s relationship status.
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