Nestle CEO: Water is not a human right, should be privatized (Your News Wire).
The forgotten origins of Greece's crisis will make you think twice about who's to blame (Washington Post).
Obama mocks Republicans' 2016 field as big enough to field a 'Hunger Games' (LA Times).
A funny thing happens when drugs are legalized: Violence and crime happen a lot less (Upworthy).
STUFF THAT SHOULDN'T BE HAPPENING
11 year-old boy arrested for playing with toy gun ... oh, never mind, he was black (RT).
Drug cops took college kid's savings and now 13 police departments want a cut (Washington Post).
12 things conservatives have predicted would happen now that marriage equality is law (Think Progress).
19 hysterical passages from Supreme Court same-sex marriage dissenters (Think Progress).
Mexican billionaire, and the second richest man in the world, Carlos Slim, scraps project with Donald Trump after Mexico insults (Reuters / Daily Mail).
Donald Trump's glorious comeuppance: America's biggest buffoon is finally getting what he deserves (Salon).
Another company dumps Trump as controversy threatens to bite into his brand (LA Times).
IN THE "THESE PEOPLE ARE IDIOTS" CATEGORY
Is the "Obama crime family" blackmailing Chief Justice John Roberts (Salon)?
Erick Erickson: Supreme Court's same-sex marriage ruling will lead to creation of more "abused" homosexuals ... since the collapse of Christian families will lead to more abuse (Salon).
Texas Republican lawmaker wants women to carry nonviable/deceased fetuses to term (Samuel-Warde).
Rand Paul: If you believe in a right to health care, "you believe in slavery" (Think Progress).
Governor Brown signs one of the nation's strictest vaccination laws (RT).
Could California's proposed vaccine law be unconstitutional (LA Times)?
Labor leader joins Bernie Sanders' campaign, citing Clinton's 'silence' on Fast Track (Huffington Post).
"I think America is out of hand": The shocking numbers that reveal just how burnt out American workers are (Salon).
California officials praise Supreme Court ruling on independent redistricting commissions (LA Times).
Lawsuits over California water rights are a fight a century in the making (LA Times).