A day without a lot of news, but with a lot of interesting writing, to which I hope I have contributed. Anyway, here’s some final links:
* New Pew study documents objective and subjective desolation of middle class since 2000. You may recall we had an election that year.
* Salt Lake Tribune skeptically reports Romney’s saying he doesn’t want to release tax returns to maintain privacy about LDS contributions. Why?
* Random individual Obama volunteer in Tennessee suggests anti-Mormon message; BuzzFeed is there to tell you about it. Thanks, very newsworthy.
* At Ten Miles Square, Harold Pollack underlines impact on seniors of Medicaid cuts.
* At College Guide, Daniel Luzer examines theory that corporate America is happy with cowed, debt-ridden college grads happy to take any old job.
And in non-political news:
* Airlines continue to shrink legroom for economy seats. Glad I’m not tall.
Back tomorrow to end the week and transition to the GOP convention–unless Isaac cancels it.