The administration of lethal drugs in the first of two highly controversial executions in Oklahoma went awry Tuesday evening. The inmate ultimately died of a heart attack, and the second execution was postponed for two weeks. The gruesomely ironic twist is that these two executions have been the focus of a titanic legal battle in the state over the drugs used in lethal injection executions.
Cliven Bundy tells Alex Jones(!) that the NYT should retract it's story on his pro-slavery remarks, then in a separate interview tries to explain what he meant -- and basically reiterates everything he said initially. Historically, threading the needle of pro-slavery/not racist has been exceedingly difficult.