Matt Drudge is highlighting a link to the new blog by…Barack Obama’s teleprompter.
Meanwhile, Ed Morrissey notes the “youthful indescretions” of Vivek Kundra, the CIO of the Obama administration:
We’ve been wondering what happened with ‘America’s CIO’ Vivek Kundra’s 1997 misdemeanor theft conviction, the one the White House dismissed as “youthful indiscretion.”
Now we know: Vivek shopflited four shirts, worth $134 combined. From J.C. Penney.
At an average of $33.50 a pop, they weren’t even nice shirts, even in 1996 dollars. (The crime was 1996, the conviction 1997.)
And then, when Vivek got caught, he ran for it. He didn’t get away.