Don’t know if little kids are parading around in robes arguing about constitutionality of ObamaCare just yet, but the week is young. Some additional notes and links on the day:
* Blue Girl celebrates her 7th blogoversary today! Congrats to a stalwart friend of Political Animals dating back to Kevin Drum.
* At College Guide, Daniel Luzer debunks the idea that faculty salaries are a major factor in ever-rising college costs.
* ThinkProgress’ Amanda Peterson Beadle has a good update on the status of Stand Your Ground laws in the states.
* SCOTUSBlog’s Kevin Russell reads the tea leaves from today’s SCOTUS oral arguments and what they might mean for tomorrow’s questions on the individual mandate.
* TNR’s Noam Scheiber analyzes assault on Volcker Rule by big banks.
* Dominique Strauss-Kahn officially charged in France with “aggravated pimping.” Don’t know if that is a precise translation from French.
And in non-political news:
* Taylor Kitsch (better known in my household as Tim Riggins) defends box-office disaster John Carter.
Tomorrow SCOTUS-mania accelerates with oral arguments over the individual mandate. Good thing it’s a rare spring Tuesday without a presidential primary.