Wiretap: How Obama can push the Clean Power Act without Congress and still keep it legal
…and more news about to be tested around the world.
Obama’s greenhouse-gas rules are meant to accomplish many things, including convincing other nations to follow suit. But maybe the most important component of the new rules is for them to be able to stand up in court. Via The Atlantic.
Meanwhile, The New York Times asks and answers five questions about the Obama plan, starting with how can he do it without Congress.
In a 14-person Trump-less GOP forum (not a debate, because that’s against the rules) in New Hampshire, there was much awkwardness and very little news. Oh, there was Jeb Bush stumbling over the Bush-family question again. Via The New York Times.
Chris Wallace promises some “doozies” as moderator of Thursday’s debate. Via The Washington Post.
Oops: It looks like Kasich is in and Perry is out for the 10th spot in the debate. Meanwhile, Trump’s poll numbers are crushing the field. Via The Washington Post. Hotline’s GOP power rankings put Trump all the way up to … fourth.
Santorum on the debate he won’t be in: The key to success is to avoid any substantive answers but to deliver memorable “zingers.” Via Real Clear Politics.
Will Joe Biden run? If he decides to, he’d be a long shot. Is he really ready, at age 72, to take that on? Via The New Yorker.
Doyle McManus on Hillary Clinton’s summer slump. The trust question isn’t going away, but there was a candidate back in 1992 who had a campaign-long problem with the trust question. His name was also Clinton. Via The Los Angeles Times.
Vox explains the Puerto Rico debt crisis: There’s not one death spiral but two.
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