Here’s the latest edition of Some Stories You Won't Find on any other Sunday show:
It seems all the fuss about the unmasking of "Deep Throat" hasn't made it into bookstores. Sales of "The Secret Man," Bob Woodward's account of his relationship with FBI official W. Mark Felt (search), have been disappointing.
It rose to No. 4 on The New York Times Best Seller List, but is now down to No. 12. By comparison, "Plan of Attack," Woodward's inside account of the run-up to the Iraq war, sold almost six times as many books.
Digging Her Heels In?
Not all Democrats are raising the "white flag" on Judge John Roberts' (search) nomination. One prominent Senator, California's Barbara Boxer, recently vowed to "use all the parliamentary tools I've been given" if Roberts fails to answer questions about his views on privacy rights.
But conservatives see a touch of hypocrisy in the Democrats' strategy. A group called Progress for America in a new Web video calls on Democrats to follow, what they call, "The Ginsberg Precedent."
They say Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg politely refused to answer questions about her views on key issues and won praise from Democratic senators.