Maiello: The Nature of Poverty
Richard Day: Satire and Baltimore
Boy Scouts: Firing of Gay troop leader continues a fine history of discrimination
DADT: Yesterday, if you were openly Gay or Lesbian you could enlist in the U.S. military. Not today, however.
Nancy Pelosi: The SPeaker of the House spent two years taming the House of Representatives and passing anything she wanted. And some fellow Democrats aren't happy about that.
Islamaphopia: Fox News "liberal" Juan Williams fears Muslims, gets fired by NPR.
Toyota: Another 1.5 million recalls.
Selling Out: The U.S. sells $60 billion worth of F-15s and more to the Saudis. No way this could backfire in the future.
Constitutional Experts?: The Tea Party talks Constitution but doesn't really understand it.
Funny Can Be Hazardous: The Jon Stewarts of the world walk a fine line.
Horse Racing: The media continues to tout Republicans:
MLB Playoffs: Yankees & Giants get wins as race to World Series winds down.
Out of the Penthouse: If the world seems less creepy today, it's because Bob Guccione died.
Corrente: Where's the outrage?
Alicublog: Won't someone think of the bankers?
The Sideshow: What do you do with a problem like Obama?
Ian Welsh: No the rich aren’t like you.
Of course, sometimes it's good to score.
Crossposted at William K. Wolfrum Chronicles