Ripped From the Headlines

* Yeas and Nays:Larry Craig's former chief of staff Greg Casey defends his old boss, calms fears of helicopters landing at the Capitol, and admits to a simpler time when a backing up Volkswagon could have been a threat to national security... The Recording Academy's Grammys on the Hill to return, celebrating "music and its makers" as well as Sen. Ted Kennedy and Rep. Marsha Blackburn... With all the good celebrities taken, the American Tort Reform Association finds a new poster boy in "Weird Al" Yankovic... Viggo Mortensen thinks Dick Cheney is "very Nazi"... Is Chris Dodd really popular amongst firefighters or is he just winning the support of mustache-sporting gentlemen? [Examiner]

* Shenanigans: Will "Law and Order" do a Larry Craig episode and, if so, what will Fred Thompson's character have to say about it?... Jimmy Carter remembers Hunter S. Thompson as the man that he was: batshit crazy... The choice about which Gala to attend just got tougher: would you rather see the President at the National Italian American Foundation Gala or the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders at the USO Gala? [Politico]

* The Sleuth:Rep. Bob Filner's defense: the airlines made him do it. [WP]

* Rush & Molloy: At the same time, Karl Rove got both Punk'd and his ride pimped. [NYDN]


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