About to fall asleep at the computer. Too bad I have two church meetings tonight.
Here are some remains of a busy day:
* Vermont NPR affiliate is reporting that Bernie Sanders will announce a presidential bid on Thursday.
* ThinkProgress‘ Bryce Covert provides a backgrounder on Baltimore’s economic distress.
* New PPP poll of Iowa Republicans again shows Christie and Bush with worst favorable/unfavorable ratios in the field.
* At Ten Miles Square, Julia Azari argues that most of the sins people accuse political parties of are actually attributable to “reforms” aimed at curbing parties.
* At College Guide, Jill Barshay discusses new research showing that while online courses seem to work well for students at four-year colleges, they don’t work at all for students in community colleges.
And in sorta non-political news:
* Jobs most in demand at the moment also have some of the lowest pay and benefits.
That’s in for Tuesday. We’ll close with a rather anachronistic take on the “Streets of Baltimore,” as performed by Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris.