Ruth Marcus, writing in the Washington Post, runs against the journalistic pack and argues that the prosecutions of Dennis Hastert and the international soccer officials may not be the wisest use of resources:
Not every bad act is a crime. Not every bad act that can technically be categorized as a crime should be pursued by prosecutors. And not every bad act that clearly amounts to a crime should be pursued by prosecutors in the United States.
Link via the Facebook feed of Donald Graham, who liked the column.