- Richard Clarke says summer 2007 is the new summer 2001, and look out America. Whether I find that credible, I can’t be sure, but that’s not a particularly comforting thought.
- Protesters arrested disrupting a Hindu Invocation in the Senate. I am not sure whether to laugh, or be disturbed. I’m going to go with both.
- Peggy Noonan finally gives up on Bush (via Matthew Yglesias).
- An interesting case by one of the coauthors of The Bell Curve for abolishing the SAT. I tend to think his whole innate intelligence “g” thing is hogwash, per Stephen Jay Gould’s The Mismeasure of Man, but a lot of his other points are persuasive.
- Conyers decides to stop playing nice and actually subpoena the controversial RNC emails. This should be interesting.
- On a semi-related note, Jack Balkin posts on Bush’s game of “constitutional hardball.”