- Ezra Klein is always worth reading. Today he covers some of the issues on health care and how there is a lot of low hanging fruit out there in health care process that will both improve health care and decrease cost. He also mentions how there is opposition within the system to such changes. I recall the AMA on record opposing these kinds of checklists, which seems insane.
- Matthew Yglesias is another guy worth reading. One of his pieces today is on how the Financial sector has been recording very odd levels of profits since 1995 considering it is a service industry and should be very competitive. The second highest recorded industry is energy which makes sense. Read his post for the details.
- Paul Krugman - I think everyone should be forced to read this Nobel winning economist's writing given the current financial situation. I could link to a particular posting, but you should just read it all.
- Media Matters alerts us to a NYT article exhibiting exceptional amounts of stupid.
- Crook's and Liars has an excellent post showing Rahm Emanuel smacking down our center-wrong press.
- Dailykos has a nice piece on EFCA and why it is needed for our economic recovery.
- Crooks and Liars highlights another Chris Matthews smackdown of the Bush Legacy
That seems to be enough for the moment. Read and enjoy.