We had a post planned for this afternoon, but the schedule of the Chancellor of the Exchequer suddenly opened up and we were accorded an audience that we'd been seeking.
Note: This is the only picture of Michael Lamb that exists on the Internet. We challenge you.
* Update: Show prep.
In the meanwhile, here you go:
The Allegheny Institute has some process questions about how our stimulus money is going to be accorded. As we understand it, currently the plan is to dump it in the Governor's office, wherein he will assort it into piles and hand it out.
The Public Square Project would like you to know about this. They have excellent timing. **-Update: Holy cow!
The HUDDLER makes a pretty extreme pitch for the Employee Free Choice Act. What would this do, again? Card check unionization? How about we have nice deliberative elections, only we streamline and enforce the snot out of labor laws? I want everyone to get organized too, this just seems ... cheap and easy? I haven't made up my mind yet.
Progress Pittsburgh helpfully points out that other people know that cheesy politics are stupid and lame.