Mid-winter depression, pre- , during- , and post-Holidays depression, and empty wallet depression have all combined with the recent lack of much I have wanted to comment on. Having nothing to say, and saying it, seemed the best course.
I'll venture today, however, a chuckle at Adelstein's failure (once again, on anything) to gain traction on his version of how to reduce bullying. I'll contribute a shake of the head at Tieszen's texting-while-driving bill.
I'll also say that I think Daugaard's budget proposal was a shrewd political move by a guy who might just endorse a base principle of the Republican philosophy, the one about limited government.
During the various debates over elements of the budget during the next month, we'll see some folks bending logic in their defense of maintenance of government funding for their favorite programs.