- Uncommitted pro-life was the winner in the Louisiana Republican caucuses, followed by John McCain. Odds on a 2008 Republican melt-down, anyone? Read the comments: Ron Paul supports are batshit insane. Marc Ambinder makes an error reporting the results, and the comments thread fills up with “lie..thieves..liars…dishonor..dishonesty..[wondering if Bin Laden is right]….”
- There’s been talk that Obama has had unsavory business connections with a Chicago guy named Rezko. Here is a summary of the connections–it is not clear there is anything really worth worrying about (does anyone have worse looking evidence?)
- Divergent views about ceilings in the Democratic primary. More evidence that the race is really interesting, but no one has a real clue what’s going on.
- Men consistently think they’re smarter than women, factual accuracy be damned. Maybe one day I’ll try and say something about the value of science that confirms the obvious. The part that isn’t so obvious is that women apparently underestimate their intelligence, and the intelligence of women in general. I haven’t read the study, so take this with the grain of salt due popular science reporting…
- Bill Clinton Gets Angry At Reporter (Again)
I don’t think this looks good, unlike the last time I showed a video of him. (From Marc Ambinder)
- Megan McArdle worries that the Democrats have just started assuming they’ll win in November, so that they’re only focused on each other and the nomination, not the Republicans. Sounds right.