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March 26, 2006 03:13 PM
Wonkette's Week in Review
- The blogosphere has been dominated by Domenech's demise. Our coverage is collected here (scroll down).
- Candid photographs of Katherine Harris: they're as addictive as crack, and as dangerous too.
- Speak incoherently and carry a big pen: President is now the longest-sitting president since Jefferson not to exercise his veto.
- A fire breaks out in the CNN studio -- probably arson by a jilted lover. As for the "suspicious package" at the White House, let's blame it on the French.
- Embroiled in the latest "to blog or not to blog" pseudo-scandals: Washington Times opinion page editor Tony Blankley, and Newark mayoral candidate CoryBooker.
- Some of our subjects here at Wonkette can get sosensitive. Lighten up, guys!
- Supreme Court justices can get so childish. It's all fun and games until someone breaks a gavel.
- Rummy slaps around MoDo: "If you believe everything you read in Maureen Dowd, you better get a life." We don't know whose side to take in this one.
- Career advice for radio talk show hosts: don't call the Secretary of State a racial epithet. She may not be the next NFL commissioner, but she can still kick your ass.
- Dick Cheney's diva-licious demands, revealed.
- Last week was your chance to buy a piece of history: Duke Cunningham's loot hit the auction block.
- President Bush goes on a candor offensive, taking unscriptedquestions from town-hallaudiences -- and even Helen Thomas.
- Congressmen get to have all the fun: free booze, plus trips to Colorado and Scotland. What's not to like?