And now the Greek government prepares to squander the advantage the people handed to them in last week's referendum, by signing a bailout deal that's no better than the one the people rejected. I'd advise Alexis Tspiras to ask Democrats how well capitulation has worked for them at the polls, but most Democratic politicians aren't self-aware enough to give him a useful answer.
Hillary Clinton lays out her economic plan. Long story short: it's not as good as Bernie Sanders's economic plan (which is still a bit too nonspecific for my taste, I'll tell you what), but it'll do some good -- if she actually plans to act on any of it, that is. Which she can, no matter how many seats Republicans have in the House and Senate after 2016.
Doctor gets 45 years in jail for giving chemo treatments to folks who didn't actually need them. His monstrosity ran the gamut -- he gave chemo treatments to folks who didn't have cancer, overtreated other cancer patients, and gave the wrong treatments to still others -- all of which killed a not-insignificant number of his patients as it fattened his bank account. And yet too many right-wingers will go to their graves obsessing about black kids in hoodies, rather than real monsters like Dr. Fata.
Facebook has finally given its users the ability to prioritize what shows up in their news feed. I've been using custom lists almost exclusively on Facebook for years, and though I expect the news feed still won't show events in chronological order (as my custom lists do), this is a welcome, if very overdue, development.
Finally, Scott Walker formally joins the Presidential race. "Government that is closest to the people is best," "Americans deserve a President who will fight and win for them" -- that's some cojones from the man who fights and wins for the wealthy, whose government stands further from the people's will than any other. Yeah, he's won three elections in four years, but a real populist Democrat could have beaten him easily.