Here’s what the Loop’s reading Monday morning:
Eggs-travaganza — Wish you were out on the sunny White House lawn, watching eggs roll? The next best thing is the Post’s live feed of Monday’s festivities.
Bureaucratise — Like any bad habit, it’s hard to give up using garbled language — at least that’s what government agencies are finding. Despite efforts to use “plain language” instead of the usual bureaucratic dreck, the government still isn’t speaking clearly, our colleague Lisa Rein reports.
Unlikely alliance — Chief Justice Elena Kagan has made an unlikely friend on the bench, and they’re bonding in a most surprising way. She and fellow Justice Anton Scalia have been skeet hunting and shooting pheasant and quail, and a big-game hunt is being planned, according to our colleague Robert Barnes. “Scalia has a large animal head in his office that he calls Leroy,” Barnes writes.
Status symbol — Forget the “brag wall,” the newest way for political power players to show they’re kind of a big deal is having an in-home studio, so that you’re never more than a satellite link away from punditry, our colleague Ned Martel reports.