Worth Reading #5: James Hamilton on Social Insurance, Health Care Reform, and WWJD (March 21, 2010)
Clark Hoyt Has No Business Writing for Any Newspaper

Gail Collins Really Should Not Have a Job

If she hasn't managed to learn enough to understand senate filibuster and reconciliation procedures by now, she has no business writing for the New York Times--and the New York Times has no business publishing her:

Saints Preserve Us: On Sunday, the House is expected to finally vote on the bill that the Senate approved on Christmas Eve.... If it passes, it theoretically goes to the president. In the real Congressional world, there are still major complications involving a second bill making changes in the first one, under parliamentary procedures so abstract that they verge on the metaphysical...

Why oh why can't we have a better press corps?