Ran a bit late this morning, running a lot late this afternoon. Took the time on email to mock a journalist who’s been hailed for the incredibly prodigious output of three or four columns a week. Serves me right that it screwed up my schedule.
Here are some remains of the day:
* At the Plum Line, Paul Waldman suggests we focus on Rubio’s tax plan rather than his personal finances. I agree.
* At TNR, Naomi Shavin shows how far out of line women’s priorities are with those of self-styled women’s spox Joni Ernst.
* At Ten Miles Square, Marquette’s Julia Azari attended the Wisconsin Democratic State Convention as a delegate, and found the experience healthy for her work as a political scientist.
* At The Grade, Alexander Russo examines the relatively small Twitter presence of education journalists.
* At College Guide, GWU Law School’s Alan Morrison goes after US News‘ law school ratings with hammer and tong.
* Also at College Guide, and also by Alan Morrison, is an outline for what he thinks law school ratings ought to involve.
And in non-political news:
* Airlines move towards shrinking allowable size of carry-on bags, as though we all have smaller alternative bags we can just whip out and use. Ugh.
That’s it for Tuesday. We’ll close with a Strawberry Alarm Clock tune that provides a break from the SoCal vibe: “Barefoot in Baltimore.” Sounds like it was intended to spur a hippie tourism surge for Charm City.