The Washington Post's Richard Cohen pans Sen. Clinton's Council on Foreign Relations speech which he derides as a "no-news address lacking controversy, fresh approaches or even a single soaring sentence." LINK
If you're looking to the financial markets for some indication of today's midterm outcome, look no further than the announcement made just now by the Glover Park Group (a/k/a "the Democratic White House in exile and waiting," with Eskew, Feldman, Lockhart, Wolfson, etc.). The firm that has grown during a period of Republican dominance has at least one private equity group that believes that they are about to get a lot busier. Roll Call has the story. LINK
Note to Hill staffers of, uhm, either party who are about to lose your jobs: Chip Smith is accepting resumes today.