Eavesdropping / Wiretapping, Morning Docket

Morning Docket: 09.14.06

whitney houston.jpg* It’s her prerogative… to seek a legal separation from her husband of 14 years. Whitney Houston files for legal separation from Bobby Brown, citing “irreconcilable differences.” (What differences? They’re both seriously f***ed up celebrities. But we will always love you, Whitney.) [Associated Press]
* Congressional Republicans are falling in line behind the Bush Administration’s warrantless wiretapping program. The Administration is also making some progress in pushing its military tribunal proposal forward; but it’s proving a tougher sell. [Washington Post; New York Times]
* It’s official: Judge Thomas M. Hardiman (W.D. Pa.), who was rumored to be in the running for a Third Circuit spot, has been officially nominated by President Bush. [Pittsburg Post-Gazette via How Appealing]
* Kayne Gillaspie is eliminated from Project Runway. Yes, he was a real sweetheart; but it was only a matter of time. [Reality TV Magazine; Althouse]
* And Tucker Carlson is ushered off the floor on Dancing With the Stars. We voted for you, Tucker — like three times! Sorry it wasn’t enough. [Reality TV Magazine]

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