Morning six-pack: What we're reading Tuesday

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie speaks at Sayreville Borough Hall on July 8, 2013 in Sayreville, New Jersey.
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Happy Tuesday. Like the man said, vote early and vote often.

Chris Christie is about to win his second term as New Jersey's governor. Everyone is trying to figure what it all means in, yes, a larger sense. (Washington Times)

Here's a debate that's going to get louder and longer: There's a growing swell of thinking amongst the world's Keynesians that Germany is just being too darned fiscally responsible. (The Economist)

This is brought to you by the same folks who think the U.S. is spending far too little on public works projects. Perhaps they're wrong. (American Enterprise Institute)

More numbers on Obamacare that aren't very pretty: Average insurance premiums will increase by 41 percent. (Forbes)

Then again, if you like your politics served from the left—like, really, really from the left—you're going to love Bill de Blasio. (New York Post)

And, finally ... another one of those stock business reporter phrases has bitten the dust. It is no longer accurate to write, "Pimco, which operates the largest bond fund in the world..."'s Katie Holliday explains.

—By CNBC's Jeff Cox. Follow him on Twitter @JeffCoxCNBCcom.

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