Jay Cost's horserace analysis at the Weekly Standard is one of my favorite reads on the web.
I guess the Nobel Committee chose 2010 to stop sniffing glue. Good for them, but I'm afraid next year's Peace Prize is going to Bart Stupak.
Fascinating and sympathetic article by Megan McArdle on the spiral of bad incentives and bad (but logical given the incentives) short-term decisions making that led to the collapse of the Big Three car companies. It made me think about how the short and medium-term political incentives align for putting off dealing with the federal government's fiscal issues. It made me want to put together a bumper sticker that says Daniels/Christie 2012: Reality Starts Now