Midday open thread: Holding onto a hat, rest in peace, and it's Grammar Day

Today’s comic by Tom Tomorrow is The news from Glox:

What you missed on Sunday Kos …

When politics and sports collide: Why I am no longer a Cubs fan, by Sher Watts Spooner
I did not turn my back on the church. It turned its back on me, by Mark E Andersen
A move to the center is a continued fraud on Americans, by Egberto Willies
International Digest: After Labourites defect, Jeremy Corbyn calls for a new referendum on Brexit, by Daily Kos Elections
Michael Cohen shows we should never stop blaming GOP primary voters for picking a criminal, by Ian Reifowitz
Mitt Romney deserves no credit and no apologies on Russia, by Jon Perr
Trump scandals still demand way more coverage—like how the press covered Bill Clinton, by Eric Boehlert
Women’s History Month: statues, monuments, and street names, by Denise Oliver Velez

A hat not going into the ring:

Former Attorney General Eric Holder announced Monday that he will not run for president in 2020.

Rest in peace: 

Luke Perry — the TV icon and heartthrob who rose to fame on “Beverly Hills, 90210” — has died after suffering a massive stroke … TMZ has learned.



March 4th is Grammar Day. Good luck. #GrammarDay #NationalGrammarDay pic.twitter.com/VXKHwYbZT0

— Sandra Boynton (@SandyBoynton) March 4, 2019

On today’s Kagro in the Morning show: Greg Dworkin collected buzz from the new Jane Mayer piece, Trump’s insane CPAC speech, the Dem inquiries ramping up, and the “emergency” going down. A new twist on emoluments, and the return of the scourge of motions to recommit.

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