* Will Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas recuse himself on health care reform since his wife drew a $150,000 salary from an anti-health care reform group? (Spoiler Alert: No.)
* Turns out that Meghan McCain and Michael Ian Black's upcoming co-written book on U.S. politics is not the least plausible book likely to find an audience.
* Mitt Romney: Brevity is the soul of weird semi-coherent rationalizations.
* Sarah Palin doesn't "owe anything to the mainstream media," Sarah Palin tells number one cable news station, for which she is a contributor, during televised interview on national bus tour.
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The most outspoken member of Congress makes his case to Stephen for why the most unspoken member of the Supreme Court should step away from the bench when the court hears cases involving health care reform (which his wife happens to be making its repeal her life's work)…
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