Thanks to Kathleen Geier for supplying some fine early afternoon content; turns out our meeting lasted a lot longer than was expected.
Here are some day’s end items in the midst of one of the slower hard news weeks in some time:
* John Kerry’s first speech as Secretary of State included ringing call for action on climate change.
* Tomasky suggests Republicans in blaming Obama for sequester “are not following any earth logic of which I’m aware.” Good one, Mike.
* New York Times puts Boston Globe on the block for sale.
* At Ten Miles Square, Seth Masket explores brain science findings on differences between liberals and conservatives in assessing risk.
* At College Guide, Daniel Luzer reports attending a diverse college appears to boost later earnings.
And in non-political news:
* Would-be place kicker will be first woman to participate in NFL regional combines.
So to end the day, here’s another improbable cut from Kenny Rogers and the First Edition: a cover of “Good Vibrations.”
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