My week being scrambled by Showtime practice of making Nurse Jackie and The Borgias available On Demand six days before actual cable-cast. Does avoid Sunday night Mad Men conflict, but no early sleepy time on Mondays.
Anyway, here are some mid-day bites. Upon reflection, I decided against link to Rachel Ray Show feature on making broccoli that tastes just like pizza.
* In latest NYTimes/CBS poll, majorities oppose U.S. military intervention in Korea or Syria. 70% do approve use of drones overseas.
* Half of L.A. Times staff indicates they’d quit if paper bought by Kochs.
* At the Plum Line, Jonathan Bernstein notes GOP doesn’t even have a current “tax reform” proposal, even though Members are threatening to hold debt limit hostage to enactment of it.
* Dave Weigel previews today’s Massachusetts Democratic special Senate primary, which isn’t exactly attracting much public or media attention.
And in non-political news:
* Rich folks powering U.S. consumer spending. What a shock.
Back in a coupla jiffies.
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