How low can we go?
Contains this startling--to me, anyway--fact:
According to the Cook Political Report, “just 16 of 435 districts crossed over to vote for presidential and House candidates of opposite parties, down from 35 in 2016 and 108 in 1996.” There are maybe 25 House seats that could plausibly change hands in 2022.
This is a lovely testimony.
Note to journalists and other interested observers: even the so-called gold standard of science, the randomized trial, can have some serious problems.
"In a review of 351 container ports around the globe, Los Angeles was ranked 328, behind Tanzania's Dar es Salaam and Alaska's Dutch Harbor. The adjacent port of Long Beach came in even lower, at 333, behind Turkey's Nemrut Bay and Kenya's Mombasa . . ."
I could have guessed #1, but #2 surprises me.
It's heartening to see a moose be a good pedestrian.
If you don't know what noodling is, spend 3.5 minutes with the very funny Kathleen Madigan and find out.
$435 at #1, Noma. Sorry, it would be completely wasted on me.