Breakfast Links: September 22, 2011

— Scott Walker succeeds in decertifying Wisconsin’s largest public employee unions.

— Yesterday’s Fed statement seems to have made money tighter.

— U.S. Chamber of Commerce leading push for even more draconian copyright clampdown.

— Irish growth coming in above forecast.


— U.K. growth coming in below forecast.

— Nobody pays $16 for a muffin.

— Justice Scalia’s view of killing or imprisoning the innocent: “There is no basis in text, tradition, or even in contemporary practice (if that were enough), for finding in the Constitution a right to demand judicial consideration of newly discovered evidence of innocence brought forward after conviction.”

— FBI reviewing its counterterrorism training in response to Spencer Ackerman’s scoops.

— In comic books, rich heroes inherit their money while villains usually earn it.