I’m heading back to the U.S. this afternoon, and could face a posting problem if the Quebec airport doesn’t have WiFi. So I’ll get as much done as I can before leaving the hotel cocoon.
Here are some midday news/views treats gleaned from across the border:
* At TNR, Matthew Pratt Guterl discusses the vast video evidence of police violence against minority suspects and suggests body cameras won’t help much.
* Chait summarizes growing evidence that Affordable Care Act working as it was intended to do.
* Deadly fighting breaks out between Islamists and Russian security forces in Chechnya.
* At the Prospect, Robert Waldman offers a rich new example of business titans who haven’t a political clue.
* At the Atlantic, Russell Berman reviews the state lawsuits aimed at stopping the president’s executive action on immigration.
And in non-political news:
As we break for lunch, here’s the Fab Four performing another song from Beatles For Sale, “I’m a Loser,” in Paris.