04/15/2006 07:00 pm ET Updated May 25, 2011

Sunday Roundup

What a week: The Rummy mutiny goes public, Iran inches closer to going nuclear, multitudes march for immigration rights, and Dick Cheney gets booed while tossing out a ceremonial first pitch (so much for "root, root, root for the home team." For the Bushies, it's now "one, two, three strikes you're out, at the old ball game!"). Quote of the week: Nino Scalia says that his decision not to recuse himself from the case involving Cheney's secret energy task force was the "proudest thing" he has done on the court (But I bet he carries pictures of Bush v Gore in his wallet). File this one under "Pride and Prejudice." Or, for the optimists among you, "Pride Goeth Before a Fall." With Jill Sobule and Billy Bragg as musical accompaniment, the Sunday Roundup awaits...