At Plum Line this morning, I talked about the Nebraska Senate primary today, which has become quite the fascinating contest; I only really covered the campaign finance aspects of it, but click through the links in it for more. Extra point: if no-name candidate Deb Fischer wins, it'll mean that there's a decent chance that Republicans won't have a net loss of women in the Senate next year.
And at Post Partisan, I made the case against the Common Cause lawsuit over the Constitutionality of the filibuster. See also my old post on the same subject. Especially see also Greg Koger's piece over at the Monkey Cage today. Greg is basically the biggest expert on the history of the filibuster around...he takes on the history in a way that I can't, while I spend more time on the question of democracy, but really we overlap quite a bit. Hey, you never know what judges will do, but the Constitutional case against the filibuster is just very weak.