Grover Norquist likes reading about himself. The shelves in his Americans for Tax Reform office are groaning with books in which he’s quoted (one in Japanese), walls lined with magazine profiles of him. Also: a poster of Janis Joplin, a lava lamp, and lots of Grover (from “Sesame Street”) dolls. Our colleague Jason Horowitz profiles the anti-tax activist holding conservative lawmakers’ feet to the fire.
“As reality stars, most celebrities stink.”