Tuesday. Lots of people on the road.
Here’s everything you need to know about botulism.
Infrastructure is important. People seem to support it. But it’s boring. Ideally, politics should be boring – just not this boring. David Siders reports on the inability of Democrats to excite voters (at a time when Republicans are pulling on every string.)
This is bad news if you want to get an early start on shopping for Black Friday: Target won’t be opening on Thanksgiving.
One interesting thing I found in David Brooks’ report from the National Conservatism Conference was that conservatives now see themselves as the anti-business party. Especially big business. David Gelles digs a little deeper and finds a developing pattern of brand partisanship.
And HBO is looking for an actor with a ripped bod who isn’t afraid to show it off. Too bad I’m busy that week.