The indictments of nine members of the Hutaree Christian militia group, who allegedly plotted to kill police officers, has focused attention on a large class of other people who have not committed any crimes and who don't deserve to be lumped in with an alleged terrorist group.
In "South Park: The Movie," Americans talking about their resentments against Canadians bring up singer Bryan Adams. The Canadian prime minister protests, "The Canadian government has apologized for Bryan Adams on numerous occasions."
Republican Steve Christopher, a would-be candidate for attorney general, has been making a shocking claim. He says he was tossed off the ballot because Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner lost hundreds of signatures he submitted to her office.