A WaPo article posted a couple hours ago tells us John Conyers isn't quite dead yet.
He's just sleeping! He might be waking up soon! They're doing something!
The House Judiciary Committee sent a final warning to the White House today to provide Democrats with access to disputed documents and testimony a move that pushed the House closer to a vote on contempt citations for two administration officials.
In a letter to White House Counsel Fred F. Fielding, the Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers Jr. (D-Mich.), gave the Bush administration until Friday to work out a deal about the documents and testimony relating to last year's controversial removal of nine U.S. attorneys. If Fielding refuses the latest request, the House is likely to vote next week on the contempt charges.
Next week, schmext week, we've heard that all before. Or have we?
The judiciary panel also will file a formal contempt report with the House clerk today that lays out its claims against former White House counsel Harriet E. Miers and White House Chief of Staff Joshua B. Bolten.
Has anyone seen anything about this on MSNBC? CNN? MTV? Criminal charges filed against a former Supreme Court nominee, you'd think it'd be, I dunno, bigger news than the fact that Leno's going to have to go into reruns.