Today on 4/4, a few things going on out there:
From California Political Review, electricity bills in California will soon include a "climate credit".
From Fox News, as the American military leaves Afghanistan, it will leave behind about $6 billion worth of equipment.
From Yahoo News, officials at Yellowstone assure us that the supervolcano is not expected to erupt any time soon.
From MLive, police in Ypsilanti, Michigan are hunting for someone who does his business on children's slides in a public park.
From No Tricks Zone, an op-ed against vegetarianism.
From the Daily Herald, a 100-year-old man heads to Wrigley Field to participate in the stadiums 100-year anniversary festivities. (via Champion News)
From Newsmax, Secretary of State John Kerry signals that his patience with Israelis and Palestinians is running out.
From Capitol City Project, Kerry's predecessor struggles to list her accomplishments.
From Roll Call, representatives Nancy Pelosi (D-Cal) and Steny Hoyer (D-MD) find their candidate to replace the retiring Mike Rogers (R-Mich).
From The Foundry, the filming of Captain America: The Winter Soldier took place in Washington, DC for only three days, because of regulations and taxes.
From The Washington Free Beacon, while Senator Harry Reid (D-Nev) accuses a Koch Industries subsidiary of circumventing sanctions on Iran, some of his own donors have done the same. (via Koch Facts)
From Conservative Intelligence Briefing, while Senator Reid denounces the Koch brothers, his side of the aisle has been helped by another set of very rich brothers.
From AOL(dot)com, scientists have found liquid water inside Enceladus, a moon of Saturn.
And from Bizpac Review, some on the left have blamed the shooting at Fort Hood on (you guessed it) George Bush.