...Innit? In large part, that's from struggling to think of anything to say. The major news story of the day just isn't anything I can sensibly comment on. I mean, Crimea, dude. Dude? Crimea.
(I suppose though it's a fairly damning commentary that I don't know shit about the Ukraine's problems and I can still tell a significant percentage of US political commentators are two enclaves short of a united Georgia. It is difficult to have hope for a species who watches columnists argue Russia has invaded the Crimea because Obama didn't bomb Syria, and then rewards them with money, rather than beatings and exile.)
I suppose the best thing I can do is to outsource. Here's the always sensible  Daniel Larison with his twelve point plan on how the US can respond to foreign protests without being a worthless punk. An awful lot of what is contained therein would be worth our own government taking note of - we may not have a Navy strong enough to scare seagulls off of Rockall, but our rhetorical flourishes could perhaps still do with some downsizing.
 On foreign policy. On domestic policy, ever so much not so much.