Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-Ill.), who just won re-election to Congress despite being absent for months seeking treatment for bipolar disorder and depression, is reportedly in talks with feds to offer a plea over alleged misuse of campaign funds.
- With the talk now of our approaching fiscal cliff, Ron Paul would like to point out that we've essentially already gone over it.
- An orc rogue (and technically the woman who plays her in World of Warcraft) has been elected to Maine's State Senate. It truly is a historic election.
- Now that "repeal and replace" is obviously not going to happen, Republican governors are mulling what to do about ObamaCare. Florida's Gov. Rick Scott has reiterated that he will not set up health exchanges or expand Medicaid rolls there.
- Amazon is getting into the wine delivery business, offering more than a thousand options from around the United States. Unfortunately, thanks to various protectionist and/or Nanny State regulations, whether or not you can actually order such wines depends on where you live.
- Assad vows he will not leave Syria, defiantly saying he will "live and die" there. The drones perk up their noses at the word "die."
- In thoroughly unsurprising news, Jared Lee Loughner was sentenced to seven life terms, plus another 140 years, in prison for his Arizona shooting rampage.
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