Reason Morning Links: Defending the Cuban Embargo, YouTube at the Supreme Court, More Money for AIG


• Supreme Court gets petition with citing to a YouTube video, which may change "the way appellate judges do their work."

• Fed head Bernanke rebukes AIG, Treasury gives them another $30 billion anyway.

•  Obama approval rating soars, GOP/Limbaugh party at an all-time low.

•  California lawmaker wants Google Maps to blur potential terrorist "soft targets" such as schools and hospitals.

• Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) blocks two Obama nominees in retaliation for relaxation of Cuban trade embargo in new spending bill.

• Dogs bites man: Not news. Man bites dog: News. Dogs eat man's penis: The Sun.

• Wall Street Journal columnist Bret Stephens salutes Mexico for getting thousands of its citizens murdered in order to prevent them from getting high. No, really.