Seven folks die in shooting at Wisconsin Sikh temple, including the shooter, who died at the hands of police.
FCC's new online political campaign spending database comes online, but it's not without its flaws -- you can only search by TV station, not by campaign or PAC. Still, that's not a prohibitive flaw; after all, we have journalists to do the hard work of correlating all that data, right? Ha ha, just kidding -- I know most contemporary "journalists" would find that sort of grunt work beneath them.
Ex-porn star Jenna Jameson endorses Mitt Romney for President, explaining that "when you're rich, you want a Republican in office." You have to wonder why everything isn't enough for these people -- unless Ms. Jameson isn't as adept at taking advantage of all opportunities-for-banksters as one would expect a rich person to be.
Speaking of Mr. Romney, FactCheck evaluates his tax proposals and finds the promises they make "impossible" to keep. FactCheck has been fairly kind to Mr. Romney so far this year, but they find that his "very specific tax cuts" wouldn't avoid losing revenue or favoring the rich. The conclusion may be obvious to any sentient life form, but it's still nice to have all this detail in one place.
Right-wing clown Frank Gaffney is moving against infamous tax-pledge peddler Grover Norquist for "working with" the Muslim Brotherhood. One is tempted to indulge in Trumanesque let-them-destroy-each-other sentiment, until one remembers that Mr. Norquist also hates the PATRIOT Act, and that folks like Ted Stevens got destroyed for all the wrong reasons, too.