1.) Obama resumes coddling the fragile psyches of Islamic extremists -- Decider in Chief Obama has decided: The American people do not need to see a picture of a dead Osama bin Laden, for which they have paid roughly $1 trillion over the last decade. "It is important to make sure that very graphic photos of somebody who was shot in the head are not floating around as an incitement to additional violence or as a propaganda tool," Pres. Obama says in an upcoming 60 Minutes interview. (The White House has propaganda locked down, what with allowing the world to believe for an entire day that bin Laden used his own wife as a human shield.) Conversely, the only people who would want to see said picture (according to the White House, a gutless Beltway press corps, and God knows who else) are conspiracy theorists who need proof of Osama's death. Those who believe that bin Laden is dead, and still feel entitled to see the fruits of a ten-year war on terror--for closure, to gloat, as compensation for countless TSA pat-downs, suspicious package alerts, and the anxiety that comes with flying anywhere nowadays--apparently do not exist. Even House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers is opposed to the idea, saying, "Imagine how the American people would react if al Qaeda killed one of our troops or military leaders and put photos of the body on the Internet." You mean like they did with the bodies of those poor Blackwater contractors?