Good liberals like Salon.com writer Joan Walsh don't believe in racial profiling...As Jonathan Capehart has already noted, it found that lone wolves embracing violent right-wing extremist ideology are the most dangerous domestic terrorism threat in the United States. It went on to say that white supremacist lone wolves pose the most significant domestic terrorist threat because of their low profile and autonomy separate from any formalized group which hampers warning efforts. The report also noted that military experience could make such lone wolves particularly dangerous...Wells Fargo foreclosed on his North Carolina home in January...He was a lone wolf who lost his home and was already deep into white supremacist insanity...Walsh patted herself on the back, noting that she has "ruined [her] share of parties and holidays by calling out someone's racist jokes or comments" and will " continue to." Of course, by definition, anyone who frequents posh dinner parties is by definition someone who is unlikely to be an economically marginalized loner...All the same, Walsh happily cites journalist Rinku Sen, who "implores [her] white friends" to "make a fuss, cause a family crisis, become unpopular, speak up" when a "nutty uncle or classmate goes off about some set of foreigners" as her inspiration to take such an enlightened stance. Walsh also complained that the Wisconsin massacre, "didn't generate the king of media coverage, or the political response, that the Aurora theater shootings did" and that the torching of a Missouri mosque the day after the Colorado tragedy "got less attention still."...Of course, the Aurora shootings had a far higher death toll and the perpetrator is alive and facingthe justice system, ensuring that the proceedings will be an ongoing story, which has a little something to do with the media coverage.