Looks like I’ll be heading back to Georgia for a bit on the first day of summer. This weekend might be a good time to soak up some wind and fog.
Here are some remains of the day.
* Idaho’s unlikely Puerto Rican Tea Party firebrand, Raul Labrador, announces for House GOP Minority Leader.
* Obama rules out ground troops but suggests other military options for Iraq remain on table.
* At the Plum Line, Paul Waldman provides a quick refresher course on all the ludicrous things John McCain’s said about Iraq over the years.
* At Ten Miles Square, Martin Longman offers a partial defense of Sore Loser laws of the type that keep Eric Cantor from running as an indie this November.
* At College Guide, Laura Bornfreund calls for a new focus on what happens between pre-K and grades 3-12.
And in non-political news:
* Holland rolls over defending World Cup champion Spain 5-1.
That’s it for the day and the week. D.R. Tucker and David Atkins will be back for Weekend Blogging. Let’s close Friday 13th with the Pixies performing “Number 13 Baby.”