Sean Penn goes to Venezuela to speak (some more) with Hugo Chavez and Cuba for Raul Castro. He brings along Douglas Brinkley and Christopher Hitchens to "balance any perceived bias" in Penn's writing. Then he ditches them for the one-on-one money interview with Raul. Warning, it's very long (I freely admit to skimming and stopping before the end,) but good for a few laughs if you're in an untouchable mood, mostly when he extols the capable leaders.
Conversations with Chavez and Castro
Further links for the unflappable:
Kudlow on Obama Dinner
State Senator of NY, Hiram Monserrate