At Post Partisan, I talked more about delegate counts, caucus states, and Romney's lock on the nomination.
For Greg, I did the old political scientist blogging standby: the "calm down, everyone" post. This time on the oral arguments with the Supremes today.
A couple of things about that...first of all, I haven't yet read the transcript or listened to anything. Don't think I needed to in order to write the post...I plan to at least read the thing, but I haven't yet. So keep that in mind. However, I do wonder a bit about reactions to these sorts of things in the age of twitter/cable news/blogs. Pack journalism, of course, began long before the instant news cycle. But it sure seems to me -- and I suppose this is hardly an original observation, but just what went through my mind today -- that twitter in particular can yield a very quick conventional wisdom.
Which sometimes can be just fine! But it's not especially well suited to things such as Supreme Court sessions, in which (1) the end may matter as much as the beginning, and (2) it's not all that clear how important any of it is (to the outcome) in the first place.