Being the rookie on the Supreme Court means Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh gets the worst chores, like sitting on the court’s Cafeteria Committee. And less than two weeks on the job, he is being urged to take a stand against meat.

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People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals President Ingrid Newkirk urged him to make the cafeteria “pro-life,” by turning it vegan. “Going vegan is a simple way to promote respect for all,” she wrote in a letter to Kavanaugh.

Fox News's Chris Stirewalt, the network's digital political editor, gave a shout out to his boss, Washington Bureau Managing Editor Bill Sammon, for help in readying his first book, Every Man a King: A Short, Colorful History of American Populists. At a debut party hosted by GOP strategist and PR man Ron Bonjean, Stirewalt noted that Sammon has struck gold with his four books. “Your little book is adorable,” he said Sammon told him as Stirewalt struggled to finish it. “It’s going to be OK Chris, you’re going to get it over the finish line."

Surging Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, declared last Tuesday night the “best ever,” but not because he survived in a debate with Democratic challenger Rep. Beto O’Rourke. It was because his daughter found her missing hamster. "Best night ever: Caroline’s hamster Schuyler has been lost since Friday. Caroline has been in tears. Last night, after the debate, the girls got home at 2 a.m. Behind the wall, they heard scratching. We opened up the wall, and the hamster was saved!! Much joy for 2 little girls,” he tweeted.

That was radio big and Fox News host Laura Ingraham at the festive Butler’s Orchard in Germantown, Md., last weekend, looking for pumpkins and waiting at the snack bar. While in line, she was looking at the Axios website on her mobile.