On Obama's recess appointments - check out Doug Ross:
In other words, through his blatantly lawless activities, the President has initiated a Constitutional crisis.
And we all know that if a Republican President had even publicly considered this option, legacy media would be beating the war-drums for impeachment.
It's high time the clueless John Boehner and Mitch McConnell started playing hardball. Real hardball. Impeachment-style hardball. Heaven knows, there are enough charges to impeach five or six presidents at this point.
This is a big deal, folks, but you won't likely hear much about it from the legacy media. If there's a Republican candidate worth his salt he'll take this drum and bang it through the election.
Professor Jacobson has something to say about the appointments as well.
Speaking of elections, check out Pundette's coverage of Rick Perry's indecision; and ironically, it's the second reference to "Casey at the Bat" that I've heard today (on totally unrelated stories).
Stacy McCain had terrific coverage of the caucuses last night.
Obama felt the need to speak to Iowa Democrats last night in a weirdly sketchy video feed; he's trying to reinvigorate his base from four years ago:
"[O]ne of the things that we learned four years ago was that when people at grassroots level are getting involved and they're getting engaged, and they're feeling empowered and they're joining hands with each other -- that's a powerful force," the president said.
Donald Douglas has his own ideas about Michele Bachmann's collapse.
Hang in there. I'm busy getting to know 65 new sophomores and teaching them the lay of the land in room M205, but I'll be back online shortly.