You can't make this stuff up: Gingrich admits to having an affair while he was rallying against Clinton in the Lewinsky scandal.
"A Justice Department investigation has found pervasive errors in the FBI's use of its power to secretly demand telephone, e-mail and financial records in national security cases."
* Prompt! Gonzales yields on administration policy on replacing federal attorneys. More on the retreat here.
* Yes, we've been secretly talking with Iran. That's how diplomacy works.
* What about the elected officials who knew about the problems at Walter Reed years ago?
* "Violent crime rose by double-digit percentages in cities across the country over the last two years, reversing the declines of the mid-to-late 1990s."
* The National Review asks: what would Reagan do?
* The Bush team looks to propping up his legacy.
* Administration finds new ways to limit what their scientists can say about global warming.
* Georgia proposes classes studying the Bible in public schools.
Kroeger responds to one of their pharmacists refusing to dispense the morning-after pill. (Side note: if you want to drop them a line and let them know what you think about the situation, head here.)