Mack urges sheriffs to defy federal laws; Moore goes on bizarre rant against critics; PBS hosts anti-choice extremist to discuss guns; and more.
Washington Post: Richard Mack’s national sheriff’s group, opposed to federal laws on guns and taxes, calls for defiance.
Oregon Public Broadcasting: Bundy attorney urged supporters to harass officials with flood of frivolous records requests.
AL.com: Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore goes on bizarre rant attacking his critics, blaming SPLC, ‘transvestite,’ and others.
Media Matters: Meet Troy Newman, the anti-choice extremist that PBS is hosting to talk about guns.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Schlafly’s Eagle Forum board sues to remove Ed Martin as director.
Houston Chronicle: Houston Aryan gang member makes Texas most-wanted list.
Salon: ‘Conspiracy theorist’ in panda suit shot after allegedly threatening to bomb Baltimore Fox affiliate if it wouldn’t cover his story.
New York Daily News: Tennessee governor signs bill allowing counselors to reject LGBT patients based on religious beliefs.
TFN Insider: Has the Texas attorney general’s office become a tentacle of a religious-right group?
WPTZ-TV (Burlington, VT): Self-proclaimed Ku Klux Klan recruiter changes plea, says he never meant to target black women with fliers.
Yakima Herald (WA): Bail set for former ‘constitutional’ sheriff’s candidate Anthony Bosworth in for allegedly assaulting daughter.
Think Progress: Alabama Secretary of State says Confederates fought for a ‘special’ way of life.