Mr. Disclosure, House Speaker Pro Tempore Richard Morgan, has gotten religion on keeping the public informed about the actions of legislators, campaigns, and especially “527” political groups.

“They no longer believe that people like you and me working together can help them solve the problems that they face,” said Morgan, R-Moore, in what may be his final substantive speech on the floor after eight terms in office. “They don’t trust us to be honest.”

No truth to the report that a dramatic silence momentarily fell over the floor of the General Assembly upon the completion of Morgan’s eloquent and heartfelt monologue. Nor is it true that legislators afterward streamed to makeshift confessionals outside the chambers to repent en masse from their once-hidden sins.

But corks were heard a-poppin’ upon adjournment! Off to Thee Dollhouse for the final hoo-ha!