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CBS announces that Stephen Colbert will replace David Letterman. I wonder if he will remain in character.

Claire Sestanovich finds the Jonathan Chait/Ta-Nehisi Coates back and forth to be intellectually exciting and good entertainment.

Charles Krauthammer advises neo-conservative senators to give Benghazi a rest, already.

For the folks at the National Review, Al Sharpton will always be defined by the Tawana Brawley case and Eric Holder will always be making unjust cries of “racism.”

TBogg shouldn’t have done this.

Paul Waldman tries to explain why we have the most expensive health care in the world.

ObamaCare enrollment hits 7.5 million.

Here’s some more Gary Numan:

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