Nothing is grabbing at me and yelling at me to write about it. We seem to be on a rerun loop. Today’s big items:
The Administration wants to put together an anti-ISIS coalition.
Paul Krugman complains that hardly anyone who influences economic policy is being influenced by competent economists.
The crew that Breitbart left in charge of his empire when he died has a collective IQ in the negative numbers. Oh, and they’re being audited by the IRS
Schizophrenia is a genetic disorder. Eight different genetic disorders, actually.Â Right now I think I may have about five of them. Just kidding.
Lindsey Graham must be the most terrified man in America.
Here’s the cheerful news: While Nate Silver still shows the Republicans are likely to take the Senate, the odds have changed. Today he’s saying the GOP has a 54.7 percent chance of taking the Senate; on September 9 the GOP had a 63.8 percent chance of taking the Senate, according to Nate. Sam Wang puts the Dems at 80 percent.