That, and other news, in today’s Roundup and Recap.
I’m late today — a pressing assignment and finishing taxes. But here’s a few stories making the rounds…
David Bossie’s anti-Hillary doc “Hillary: The Movie” goes before the Supreme Court tomorrow as the justices consider whether the federal government can deem that a politically charged film is a campaign ad.
Is Harry Reid working the phones with bankers trying to help save MGM Mirage and its signature Las Vegas project?
If there is so much populist rage out there, where are the street protests? Joe Klein asks.
Condoleezza Rice goes on Jay Leno on Tuesday.
Politicos are not doing well with this high def transition.
Cable craziness: Bill O’Reilly’s producer follows ThinkProgress blogger to demand an apology for a posting.
Robert Greenwald travels to Afghanistan for his ongoing documentary.
Stephen Colbert wins NASA’s Space Station name contest.
Portia Di Rossi apologizes for marrying Ellen.