The threatening gestures of Republicans and their allies, displayed after the health care bill passed, seems to have thrown a scare into the party faithful.
Tony Seton, a former ABC News producer has an important story about how big institutions cover up sexual harassment, and he's written a novel, because it's a story that would often wind up buried.
What's so remarkable is that Rand Paul seems to think his beliefs are perfectly reasonable. Or, maybe not so remarkable. We're all the product of our upbringing, and Paul grew up with the John Birch Society.
It was disappointing to watch Democratic senators shred what political edge they've got. They did that, of course, by fleeing Washington for Memorial Day picnics without passing the recent House bill extending unemployment benefits.