It's interesting to me that while Congress chokes on its job, private-business America tries to move along, ignoring the icebergs ahead. On the same day of a major setback in Congress, Facebook announces its Skype deal. "Les Six" announces its schedule for next year: more polytonal versions of Mozart and maybe "bargemusic" and concerts in condos overlooking Central Park. I try to announce the outlines of my DADT movie concept. Hollywood plans life after Harry Potter (maybe another "Inception"). We're back to what the late libertarian Harry Browne said in the 1990s: "government doesn't work."
I'm not sure I follow the logic of a group called "No More Blank Checks", link.