On NPR's "On Point," Sen. Bernie Sanders laid out his argument for a potential presidential bid and Robert Borosage explained how Sanders' policy agenda might influence a possible Hillary Clinton campaign.
James Fallows: Before the episode recedes fully from the news, please read this item, by Jonathan Cohn on Thursday evening, about the extraordinary step the Senate Republicans took that day. […]
What is it about whining multi-millionaires that is so repulsive? Is it that they think they work so much harder than everyone else that they are entitled to hundreds of times what the average worker makes?