1. Anonymous says:

    Speaking of pooper scooper (and labs). The one occupying our house knows George Bush is a ’rasho’ when asked.

    ew – I know you used to live in northern California. S.F.? It is just a very sad day with the loss of James Kim.

  2. Anonymous says:

    EW, glad you have time to remark on this â€too good to be true†development. Going where the market is, baby. DEMs should have been all over this, hoping it was coming and willing to invest more than the Bayesian analysis would justify (and hence their perpetual downfall).

    I’m guessing these savvy entrepreneurs are chasing the American dream and not just shoveling crap on the exposed â€roots†that bind them together. Wouldn’t that burn?

    So, while chub-boy was talking â€his math†I’m guessing he really was preparing for the aftershocks of the return of the reality-based… well, reality. Of course, that will leak. Like pappy’s tears.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Hey, this is a conspiracy investigation here. I’m gonna subpoena Corallo Comstock.

    It’s like you would do in a nasty divorce. You meet with every top attorney in town, to conflict them out.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Maybe they will both get to revive their previous starring roles as spokespersons for Aschroft too?

    A girl can hope.

    EW – on the topic of reporters and secret/classified info and sources the National Press Club has this gig going tonight. Maybe you could salt the audience with someone? If nothing else, Toensing will be there to I guess defend why Judy Miller is a saint and Dana Priest is a sinner. Might get a nice quote for the book *g*

    The Future of the Free Press: A Panel Discussion
    Thursday, December 07, 2006 at 07:00 PM National Press Club, 529 14th St., NW Washington, DC

    The Future of the Free Press: Should Journalists Be Able to Use Confidential Sources and Seek Secret Information?

    Nina Totenberg, legal affairs correspondent for National Public Radio
    Judge Stanley Sporkin, a retired United States District Judge for the District of Columbia and presently a partner at Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP
    Earl Caldwell, Writer-in-Residence at the Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications at Hampton University Intelligence Correspondent, Editor and Senior Vice President of The Baltimore Sun
    Victoria Toensing, Partner at diGenova & Toensing, LLP
    Bob Drogin, Washington D.C. Intelligence Correspondent for The Los Angeles Times
    Tim Franklin, Editor and Senior Vice President of The Baltimore Sun
    Steven D. Clymer, Professor at Cornell Law School
    Lee Levine, Partner at Levine, Sullivan, Koch & Schulz, LLP
    Dale Cohen, Associate General Counsel, Media for Cox Enterprises, Inc., moderator.
    To reserve a seat, call the National Press Club at (202) 662-7501.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Actually a very respectable panel. Drogin did great work on WMD. And Totenberg got in trouble for reporting the leak of Anita Hill’s accusations, though IIRC she didn’t have to reveal her source. Toensing? Eh, hopefully they just drown her out.