At the same press conference where Dane County, Wisconsin, District Attorney Ismael Ozanne told reporters he found nothing criminal in Governor Scott Walker's comments to a prank caller last week, Sheriff David Mahoney spoke about law enforcement's role in the push and pull over protestor's access to the Capitol building in Madison.
Mahoney revealed that Monday he pulled his officers from a duty to guard the building's entrances, saying he wouldn't place his "law enforcement officers in the position of being palace guards."
The latest poll of Wisconsin voters, asked "If you could do last fall's election for Governor over again, would you vote for Democrat Tom Barrett, or Republican Scott Walker... The results were reversed.
The Shores of Tripoli
Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has told the BBC he is loved by all his people and has denied there have been any protests in Tripoli. Gaddafi said that his people would die to protect him, while in truth, mercenaries from sub-Saharan Africa aiding a dwindling army & militias are blamed for the deaths of thousands.
The American ambassador to the UN, Susan Rice, said the interview showed Colonel Gaddafi was "delusional" and "unfit to lead". Fighting continues in Libya and there have been renewed protests against Gaddafi's rule in the capital.
|Gaddafi: “All my people love me”|
Audio Embed: BBC, PRI & WGBH's The World 2/28/11,
Anchor Lisa Mullins spoke with a Gaddafi critic in Tripoli.
NBC News’ Michael Isikoff shares his thoughts on whether, and/or how, the U.S. and U.K. cashed in on normalizing Libya relations.
Speaking of Narcissistic Megalomaniacs...
Howard Stern wants Charlie Sheen to call into his radio show on Wednesday so they can compare notes about going to war with CBS.