Is there anything worth reading on the front page of this morning's New York Times?
Good question. Features continue to pass as "hard news." That the month started so strongly for the Times is hard to remember as you wade through stories about skiing in Utah, for instance.
But make time for David Johnston and Michael Janofsky's The Security: For Big Party, Capital Weaves a Steel Cocoon which details the bunker-like aspect of our national capitol.
More importantly, if you're planning on participating in "Not One Damn Dime" by not spending any money tomorrow, remember to buy whatever you need today. That means if you need groceries, get them today. If the car's on empty, fill it up today. Don't find yourself caught by surprise tomorrow.