"You Can Do This Job Without Asking a Single Question":

The Legal Times covers Justice Thomas' speech to the Federalist Society's annual lawyers' conference in Washington, D.C. During a brief question and answer session following his speech, Thomas was asked about one of the Court's enduring mysteries: Why do his colleagues ask so many questions at oral argument?

The Washington Post covers the conference here, including last night's remarks by President Bush.

I have matters to attend to In Cleveland this morning, but I hope to make it down in time for Chief Justice Roberts' remarks later tonight.