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Posted at 1:19 PM ET, 02/ 5/2011

Read this: Senate insider/outsider Mike Lee, Sarah Palin's trademark, physicist Brian Greene, Dan Snyder talks back

By The Reliable Source

(Jason Olson/Deseret News)

New Sen. Mike Lee -- at 39, the youngest senator -- should be the most insidery of insider guys: A Udall cousin, son of a Reagan solicitor general, spiritually mentored by Harry Reid. But he's fashioning himself as an outsider -- the tea party's guy, reports Philip Rucker.

Sarah Palin and Bristol Palin are seeking to trademark their names. Sound strange? Actually, lots of celebrities do it, according to the Reliable Source's go-to trademark expert Chris Ott of Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease. "Overall, this is no different than what the 'Jersey Shore' crew did."

Also: Parallel-universe physicist Brian Greene is "nice-looking for a regular guy; babelike for a scientist," and as capable as debating vegan cheese as string theory, reports Monica Hesse... And Dan Snyder attempts to defend his City Paper lawsuit in radio interviews.

By The Reliable Source  | February 5, 2011; 1:19 PM ET
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