What I find so funny about Claire McCaskill's war on super pacs is that her husband is a super PAC. For the record, I have formally endorsed Senator McCaskill in her race to return to private life.
Having declared George Zimmerman guilty of first degree, racially motivated murder, the MSM are now investigating the case.
What they're finding:
The George Zimmerman that Francescani describes is quite different from the "delusional racist vigilante" that many have made him out to be.
Read more on Business Insider. But BI's headline is wrong.
Conservatives didn't pre-judge Zimmerman the way liberals did. Maybe because studies show we are
better informed, more intellectually consistent, more open-minded, more empathetic and more receptive to criticism than their fellow Americans who support the Democratic Party.
(BTW, narrow-minded liberals hate it when you remind them that they're narrow-minded, uninformed, and less receptive to criticism. So don't do that.)
So, to mayor. Or Sotomayor
Being the eternal optimist, I'm holding out hope that Sonia Sotomayor could flip right one day. On Wednesday, my silly dream got a bump.
The Supreme Court heard arguments in Obama vs. The People of Arizona. (I know that's not the actual caption, but it should be.) Justice Sotomayor "shredded" the U.S. government's crappy case, in Business Insider's view. Quoting Sotomayor:
Putting aside your argument that this -- that a systematic cooperation is wrong -- you can see it's not selling very well -- why don't you try to come up with something else? [emphasis original].
On her first day on the court, she questioned whether corporations really should have the same rights as humans who never die. For many libertarians, that's a question worth exploring. (But that's a huge conversation for another day.)
Exit question: has Donald Verrilli argued his last case before the Supreme Court? I can't imagine that Obama will accept the blame for giving Verrilli impossible assignments in this and Obamacare cases.
Maybe the real reason Obama wants more illegals in the U.S. is to stuff ballot boxes in November.
Don't miss yesterday's Top Story on Mitt Romney.