When wingnuttery meets reality
First, a grand jury in Houston, which was charged with investigating the local branch of Planned Parenthood in the wake of those doctored videos we've all been hearing about, not only refused to indict Planned Parenthood, but did indict two of the guys responsible for the smear videos. Apparently our justice system does actually work, at least some of the time. This is a Texas grand jury, unlikely to be packed with scheming liberals, but they fingered the bad guys instead of their victims. Good job.
Second, while early reports are sketchy as always, today the FBI and the Oregon State Police began operations against the "militiamen" (or whatever they're calling themselves) preposterously "occupying" a bird sanctuary visitor center in eastern Oregon (much to the annoyance of local townspeople and the local Paiute Indians). The nutbars resisted, shots were fired, and now one of them is dead and five of them under arrest -- here's the FBI press release. It turns out that seizing federal property and threatening the police when they try to stop you has consequences after all.
I expect the wingnut internet to erupt in fury at these events, both of which demonstrate, to their discomfiture, that the rule of law and reality itself have a way of persisting and asserting themselves no matter how much squid-ink gets sprayed around them.