The Washington Times - April 12, 2010, 12:13PM

Today’s Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: CBC members stand by racism accusations of tea party members, Humboldt County afraid of being uprooted from pot perch, Orrin Hatch names Hillary Clinton as possible Supreme Court nominee.

  • Gateway PunditCBC members stand by racism accusations of tea party members
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Black Caucus member Rep. Andre Carson still insists he was called the n-word 15 times but refuses to be interviewed. He says he “doesn’t want to fan the flames.”

  • L.A. TimesHumboldt County afraid of being uprooted from pot perch
In this region renowned for potent marijuana buds, many in Humboldt County long accepted that legalizing the weed was the right thing to do. Now some folks aren’t so sure.
CBS News: Orrin Hatch names Hillary Clinton as possible Supreme Court nominee
Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch, one of the top Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee, said Monday morning that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been mentioned as a possible nominee to the Supreme Court.