Vacation’s End

VACATION’S END….Well, I’m back. Finally. Did you miss me?

Many thanks to Steve Benen, who did some terrific guest blogging in my absence, as well as the Washington Monthly editors who also pitched in. As I hope all of you know by now, Steve’s regular blog is The Carpetbagger Report, and for my money it’s probably more deserving of wider recognition than any political blog out there. If you haven’t bookmarked it yet and made it part of your daily reading, you should consider doing it. Right now would be a good time.

You’ve probably also noticed that Debra Dickerson is visiting with us and has written a few guest posts recently. She’ll be here for a few more days, and if she wants to use the word “spoze” she’s more than welcome to. Everyone OK with that?

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