Here's a good, accurate, and brief summary of the situation from Thomas Lifson of The American Thinker:
Greek banks closed for 6 days as default looms Tuesday
If you've got a little more time, libertarian Megan McArdle offers an outstanding summary along with some commentary regarding several possible futures on BloombergView.com. (If you're not into bond investing, maybe skip the final two paras.)
The Moral of the Greek Story
If you prefer a bit of political discussion with your summary, the excellent Patrick Smith of The Fiscal Times can accommodate that:
To the Brink: Why It’s Time for Greece to Call the Euro Quits
And just when you thought things couldn't get much worse, Stephen Green the VodkaPundit busts that bubble neatly over at PJMedia.com:
Puerto Rico to Tip Over
Finally, if you need any additional reasons not to support the inevitable, here's Sarah Westwood of the Washington Examiner:
Records show Clinton withheld emails about oil, terrorism
And a follow-up from the same reporter and paper:
New emails show State, White House teamed up to promote Benghazi narrative
Can't wait to see what world stocks do overnight and tomorrow. There's a lot riding on the Greek negotiations, including the possibility (thankfully not a probability) of yet another global financial crisis.
Cheers. Yeah, right.