Today in books and publishing: The class-action lawsuit against Google gets the go-ahead, the Times of London paywall temporarily comes down, and a copy of the Book of Mormon has been purloined.
On a survival guide for congressmen, a peace proposal for Sudan, and the European "model for scrimping"
"Imagine how much they would've paid if they really liked him."
"You tell me all of the things I could do, but you're not going to give me time to do it."
In defense of Ben Bernanke, on TSA procedures, and a "hedge" strategy towards China
On Obama's nuclear illusions, achievement and illegitimacy, and the GOP owning health care reform
The former Massachusetts governor leads a crowded field
Delaware non-witch joins Jay Leno to talk about her campaign and future plans
On Christianity's place in the Middle East, the slippery slope of torture, and the new rules of war
Senate Democrats are reportedly targeting the moderate Maine Republican
Will Mitch McConnell derail Jim DeMint's plan to cut pork projects?
On Obama's best speech, fighting bullies with babies, and the absurdity of Olbermann's suspension
Brave thinker or bravest thinker?
How will the competition respond to tonight's premiere?
On the "shellacking" that hubris wrought, the U.S.-India divide, and Tyler Perry's Hollywood
On the virtues of sundials, what "focus" really means, and what the next Speaker should do
How not to spend $140 million
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