Happy Birthday to Diane Wiest, 64. "Don't Speak." Actually, everyone is terrific in "Bullets." I'm not sure whether or not it's in my top-5 Woody Allens, but surely it's in the top five of the post-Mia Farrow. Although I'm behind; I've seen just about everything though (of all things) Jade Scorpion, but I've missed almost everything since then. Ah well.
The good stuff:
1. I should link to Heather Hurlburt more often. Here, she has some fun with Foreign Policy Team Romney and their expertise on second terms.
2. Jeffrey Lax follows up on an earlier John Sides post about SCOTUS oral arguments.
3. Gershom Gorenberg looks at maps.
4. Ezra Klein: lawyers seeing differences that economists can't see.
5. Crowdsourcing democracy, the 2012 version. Lots of fun! A project from Xavier Marquez.
6. And Adam Serwer tweets sarcastically: "What I've learned from SCOTUS arguments this week is that both parties are identical and so voting isn't important." Not a dime's worth of difference.