Jerry Wilson has reached the end of his tether with "I Am Breitbart" rhetoric. Whether you agree with him or not, his critique of the cult of Breitbart is worth a look, and certain to provoke a lot of reaction.
In the annals of NFL justice, this is a strange story. Voice analysis of footage reveals that Anthony Hargrove—former defensive lineman with the New Orleans Saints embroiled in the Bounty Scandal, since signed by the Green Bay Packers—was not the player who stated that he was owed money for a hit on videotape, but the League says that the comment was not a factor in his half-season suspension. Kevin Seifert has commentary on the situation at ESPN. There's a lot of this 'our decision stands regardless of the evidence' going around, not least in connection with Trayvon Martin, who is the subject of a mural in NYC, and still more evidence of an explosion of faux heroism in our culture.
Even Tiny Bob Reich is sick of Obama's excuses on the economy. Doug Ross reminds us that Government Motors still owes $35 billion to taxpayers, has been gaming the inventory numbers, and is being propped up by US government purchases.
I've posted bits and pieces on occasion regarding the electoral shenanigans in Racine, WI, and now Lance Burri notes that there's an actual journalist at the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel doing actual journalism on this piece, who has now dug up evidence that high-schoolers, too young to vote, appear to have signed recall petitions for Walker. There's a lot more to the story, but if you're unfamiliar, Trog's is a good place to start.
On the other hand (whichever), you've got David Gregory at Press the Meat.
Awhile back, I posted on how the Natalie Wood case had been re-opened in response to allegations contained in a co-authored by the fellow who captained the yacht at the time of her death. Now, the case has been relabelled from accident to unknown.