- Even Lisull has a few thoughts about three-year degrees,
- Dan Heller sees Nixon in Obama,
- Dave Hardy's punchiness may be a sign of better health,
- and David Safier praises real journalists.
- The Cato Unbound discussion (which begins at Will Wilkinson's essay is really getting to the heart of the interplay between egalitarianism and liberalism,
- McMegan notices an attack on freedom of the press that the rest of us missed,
- Dubner signals good faith...
- ...but he and Levitt would do well to take Brad DeLong's advice, and keep in mind what "due dilligence" means,
- Mike Konczal takes on geoengineering with a different tone than the usual,
- Tyler Cowen and Daniel Drezner attempt to take the stupid out of talk of a weaker dollar,
- Yglesias argues for markets better than do the committed free-marketeers,
- and Ilya Somin offers what appears to be a fair perspective on one of my least favorite "thinkers".