The Democratic-led Senate Judiciary Committee advanced legislation Thursday to require the Supreme Court to set up a code of conduct, tighten financial disclosures and bolster recusal requirements for justices. We spend time discussing whether or not the Supreme Court should have a code of conduct, like every other court. If so, which body should write it and enforce it? Because, in this environment, it doesn’t look like it’s going to be Congress. Then we welcome Dom Salvia for our Civic Media Cross Over Fridays where he tells us his best, word and weirdest of the week.