A majority of Americans believe that screen violence leads to the real thing, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll. And since widely held stupid opinions must be taken seriously, expect legislation.
- The United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit has agreed to hear arguments against the federal government's classification of marijuana as a dangerous drug.
- After scoring an endorsement from Lech Walesa, Mitt Romney managed to avoid any major gaffes in Poland as he praised his hosts.
- The eurozone mess is nearing an end and "some light is appearing at the end of the tunnel," said Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti. Are you sure it's not a train load of new lira bills, and they're on fire?
- Britain took a hit from Moody's Investors Service, which lowered its forecast for U.K. economic growth. Hint: Sell more Olympic-themed crap,
- You can still make money on pharmaceuticals — by selling them on the gray market to middlemen who redistribute them, at a price, where needed.
- Can the Tea Party pull it out? The Texas GOP Senate primary comes to a close today, as voters cast ballots in the runoff between Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst and former Solicitor General and grassroots favorite, Ted Cruz.
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