That's Isaiah's The World Today Just Nuts "Newsweak" which went up this morning. Andrew Sullivan is disgusting and so is Newsweek for hiring him.
Kat's "Kat's Korner: Ani DiFranco's embarrassing odor" and "Kat's Korner: Adam Levine itches for one on the flip side."
"The Good Wife" airs on CBS each Sunday night. The latest episode had a really interesting case. An attorney (Jason Biggs) comes to Alicia to get her to represent him. Against? The US Treasury. His client invented an online currency and wants to remain anonymous. The Treasury is after the client.
Alicia successfully manages to argue that he should be able to protect his client. The judge rules in their favor. Easy enough, right?
As they're getting ready to leave, the treasury agents arrest Biggs.
They say he's the Mr. Bit Currency.
Alicia and the firm now have to prove he's not and, as Maryann from "Cybill" notes, it's not easy to prove a negative. Diane. That's her name on this show.
So meanwhile, Will meets with his attorney and the independent counsel plus Cary and backstabber for a proffer. His attorney manages to find out which three judges they want information on and manages to ensure Will gives over nothing.
IC tells Backstabber to work Kalinda.
Backstabber tries to pull Kalinda away (she's at a computer fest, trying to track down the real Mr. Bit Currency) but Kalinda puts her off to the next day and then corners a red headed woman and tells her, 'You're Mr. Bit Currency.' Kalinda did a dialogue analysis of the manifesto by MBC and it matched only her. She denies it's her.
The next day, Backstabber tells Kalinda that she (Kalinda) can get info that will allow them to convict Will (or strong arm him in to testifying) or she will move to disbar Alicia. (That forged document from last week. But Alicia didn't forge it if it is a forgery.)
Kalinda ends up giving Backstabber something as a result, to protect Alicia. How important it is, we don't know yet.
So it turns out Mr. Bit Currency was the red headed woman. And it was Jason Biggs. And an Asian college student. Kalinda's the only one who figures it out and she tells Biggs only after they've gotten him off. (Kalinda ran a scam on Treasury that demonstrated they didn't really know Biggs was it and they were still searching.)
The reason no one had caught on was because there were three people who made up Mr. Bit Currency.
It was a good episode. I'll leave out the teen dating drama.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"