Alan Greenspan's book, The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World is a modern center-left pundit's dream come true (the title, not so much). He wishes he'd never endorsed Bush's tax cuts, complaining his words were used to justify a reckless, politically motivated spending binge. Republicans "swapped principle for power. They ended up with neither. They deserved to lose" in 2006. The WP says he and Bill Clinton come off "almost as soul mates." Indeed, "The hard truth was that Reagan had borrowed from Clinton, and Clinton was having to pay it back."
The Wall Street Journal fronts advance details on Hillary Clinton's health-care plan (wonks, read for details). The WSJ thinks she's learned much from her previous experiences and, actually, it sounds quite pleased with her approach.
[This is crazy - the nation's most important (and conservative) economist and the nation's most important (conservative) economists' newspaper are not only supporting Clinton over Bush but HillaryCare? Will wonders never cease?]