Finally reached Quebec where I soon hope to be eating escargot.
Here are some remains of the day:
* Conservatives on crusade to dump Doug Elmendorf as director of CBO & get ’em a dynamic scorer who thinks tax cuts pay for themselves.
* New WaPo/ABC poll shows Americans as polarized by race and party over Ferguson as you’d think.
* At TNR, William Frey pens essay on multiracial marriages and how they may shape future debates on race.
* At Ten Miles Square, Michael O’Hare talks about the good old days when people could navigate the streets–or use public transit.
* At College Guide, Andre Perry recalls the time he was truant–and went to the library.
And in non-political news:
* Legendary sax player Bobby Keys dies at 70.
That’s it for Tuesday. Think it’s only right to close with a video of Bobby Keys performing “Brown Sugar” with the Stones in 1972.