I have a new column up at Salon today saying that liberals should oppose Supreme Court reform. I'm not a huge fan of the incentive to appoint extra-young Justices who will then stay there forever, but the basic argument is that liberals should want a strong, independent Court.
The rest is post-SCOTUS stuff. At PP yesterday, I argued that the Court decision wouldn't have a significant effect on the November elections; today, I talked more about that, including why it feels as if it does have an effect. And then yesterday at Greg's place I got into the discussion of whether Republicans really would repeal ACA if Romney wins and they get a Senate majority. My answer: not clear; Senate rules are a real, but not unbeatable, obstacle, so it would depend on how big their majority is and what their activists and party-aligned interest groups are saying. Not exactly a prediction!