One tiny item from Al Kamen’s column on page A-17 of the Washington Post this morning:
It’s not often that famous guests pop in on House committee Christmas parties, but one celebrity came early and stayed late Thursday evening at the House Judiciary gathering. He was even recognized — to a brief round of applause — during remarks by incoming committee chairman Rep. John Conyers Jr. (D-Mich.).
The honored guest? Former ambassador Joseph C. Wilson IV, he of the Iraqi yellowcake and the Valerie Plame controversies. Didn’t somebody named Pelosi say impeachment was off the table?