* Heard on the Hill: Staffers get chatty on The Capitolist, a glorified anonymous confession board for those with House or Senate IP addresses...Sen. Norm Coleman anti-drug stance may be undermined by recounts of his High Times...Ann Gavaghan, a legislative aide for Hillary Clinton, is set to appear on Jeopardy. [Roll Call]

* Reliable Source: Allen Iverson's defense: "Hey, did you see that one episode of Punk'd?"...Republicans are just too good at baseball. [WP]

* Yeas and Nays: Don't mess with Ditka...Lou Dobbs not satisfied with Senators, resorts to sarcasm...Say goodbye to Sweden's ambassador Gunnar Lund...D.C. workers are hardly working. [Examiner]

* Shenanigans: John McCain is a dirty, dirty man...Rep. Adam Smith (D-Wash.) bombed on the baseball field despite his fanatical cheerleading squad...Open your mailboxes to find Newman's Own attempt at fundraising. [Politico]

* The Sleuth: Imagine how much more the Democrats would have lost by if they had followed Title IX. [WP]

* Page Six: Those wanting Al Gore to run should note that his daughter Sarah is getting married in Los Angeles, which is decidedly not Tennessee. [NYP]


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