The Fix, about politics, and Klein writes Wonkblog, about "economic and domestic policy, and lots of it."
These two, along with Andrew Sullivan's The Dish, a general interest blog, and Paul Krugman's "The Conscience of a Liberal," about economics, are four of my go-tos every day. (I miss David Frum's blog at the Daily Beast, which he discontinued recently.)
I can't say this strongly enough: Cillizza and Klein write two of the very best blogs I've ever read. If you're a political junkie, like me, The Fix is absolute catnip. This guy covers it all. And, as for Wonkblog, I've learned a great deal about policy (especially health care reform) in the last four years or so that I've been reading it. (If there's anything better out there -- please! -- tell me.)
So the Post finally erected that paywall I had been anticipating for some time now. And yet ... I'm reluctant to sign on. Why? Well, I already have a subscription to The New York Times and The Dish. How many of these things am I supposed to pay for? (This is why we had a limited number of magazine and newspaper subscriptions in the pre-digital age.) Also, there's RealClearPolitics and Twitter, which direct me to pieces I wouldn't otherwise have read.
Will I keep this up? Can I live without The Fix or Wonkblog? I doubt it. (They're that good.) But I'm going to see how it goes for a while. I'll keep you posted.