This morning, Jeanine Pirro kept her appointment to speak at the New York Hispanic Clergy Association and spoke out against the federal investigation into her possible plans to wiretap her lying and cheating husband (he's lied and cheated before, though it's unclear if there was any lying and cheating last summer). WNBC has footage of today's speech, where she says that she's fought to keep her family together, that she's disturbed by the leaking of court documents, and that's she is asking US Attorney General Alberto Gonzales to investigate who leaked the docs. Hey, can't Bernard Kerik tap someone to find out who did that? Pirro wants an investigation, and people, she is "not rolling over...not this time." So, suck on it, Andrew Cuomo (her rival in the Attorney General race) and all the other polticial pundits who consider her campaign to be dead in the water.
Other things to check out: Room 8's Lunchbox reenactment of the Pirro marriage, Daily News' "Hope you had a career Plan B" article, and NY Times on marital spying ("murky"). Plus, our readers debated the merits of Pirro thinking about wiretapping all in the name of her family.
Photograph of Pirro at this morning's New York Hispanic Clergy Organization event by Dima Gavrysh/AP