The Wall Street Journal is still writing about it.
The New York Times is still writing about it.
Fully half of the opinion section of Investor’s Business Daily today is devoted to it.
They are all bemoaning or denying a link between the violence-tinged rhetoric of the past political season and the mass murder that took place in a Tucson parking lot Saturday morning.
But I couldn’t help but notice a sentence in another story in today’s paper.
It was the one about the 31-year-old dancer whose dismembered body was found Saturday in two concrete-filled tubs in a downtown Las Vegas home.
On the night of her slaying, according to the police report, she had gone to the home of her boyfriend to watch a television program called “Dexter,” whose title character is a serial killer.