Get ready for the Steamroller online: The Observer reports that Eliot Spitzer will start writing a column for Slate.com. Called, "The Best Policy," Slate editor-in-chief Jacob Weisberg said, "He's going to be doing a regular thing. It'll be heavily about the financial crisis and fixing financial markets and the economy generally" (topics he covered in his Washington Post editorial last month). Weisberg added, "He was very receptive to the idea. I don't portray this as something we had to coax him into. He's got a lot to say and he was very receptive to writing on the subject." Yes, Spitzer does have a lot to say: You can read his first column about why the U.S. should "stop using bailouts to rebuild gigantic financial institutions."