Other interesting stories in The Washington Post:
Boo, hiss! Only two male interview subjects have ever been rude to Diane Rehm — and it turns out they were Tom Clancy and Tony Randall. So we learn in a story about how female moderators fare in today’s rhetorical jousts. Will Martha Raddatz or Candy Crowley be judged as roughly as Jim Lehrer if the candidates walk all over them in the next debates? Probably not, Deborah Tannen tells Paul Farhi, because men always interrupt women: “People won’t notice as much, because it’s business as usual.”
In other news: Al Gore’s passion for the environment has made him very rich (an estimated $100 million), thanks to some shrewd green-tech investing.
Looking for Thursday’s Reliable Source? Start here: Sarah Palin revealed by dad, brother in “Our Sarah: Made in Alaska” memoir