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  • Tuesday,
    Sep 14, 2010
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  • Want spending discipline? Wish for gridlock.

    With conventional wisdom suggesting that the Republicans will gain at least the control of the House in November, some have begun to ponder what that might mean for the battle over the federal budget. If we’re lucky, those sorts of election returns may at least result in budget gridlock next year.  

  • Open-source activism

    Reihan Salam has a typically insightful post up on the ‘keenly observant’ chronicling of the Tea Party movement by National Journal writer, Jonathan Rauch who, as it happens, I was listening to on NPR this morning talking about the Tea Parties.






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