Not really front page worthy, but for those interested in the recent Dan Ellis "controversy," in which a rich pro athlete whined about money problems and then ran home crying when people dared to criticize him might also be interested in this. Law professor Todd Henderson complained about the supposed burden he and his wealthy family would face if Congress fails to renew the upper class tax cuts enacted during the Bush presidency. The reaction was swift and harsh, much like that to Ellis' similar gripes. The summary is linked above. Henderson's actual farewell address is here.