And now some fresh pickings from the Political Grapevine:
A number of herbal remedies were reportedly found at Usama bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan including a product used to treat impotency.
NBC News reports the medicine cabinet contained Avena syrup, a botanical product that markets itself as an aphrodisiac and goes by the nickname "natural Viagra" or "wild oats."
An Orthodox Jewish newspaper based in Brooklyn edited out the two women in the now famous Situation Room photo taken during the bin Laden raid.
The Hasidic publication Der Tzitung did not show Secretary of State Hillary Clinton or Counterterrorism Director Audrey Tomason because it has a policy of not showing women for modesty reasons.
The paper tells the Washington Post it has since apologized to the White House and the State Department.
Illinois Republican Congressman Aaron Schock is promoting physical fitness by showing off his own.
The 29-year old flaunts his abs on the cover of the latest Men's Health with the magazine calling him the fittest man in Congress.
Democrats quickly pounced with a cover of their own that read - quote -- "Who needs Medicare when you've got abs like these?"
And the back and forth continues between the Democratic National Committee and The Weekly Standard.
We told you Friday the DNC was upset that The Standard accused the president's campaign team of being behind the website gutsycall.com that redirected users to Barack Obama's website.
The DNC then bought the URL weeklynostandards.com that redirected users to the Weekly Standard site.
So the Standard responded by purchasing dnccrybabies.com that redirects users to the Democrats' homepage. And they even came up with an interesting seal for the DNC.