Obviously the whole world is talking about Tiger Woods, and every person under the sun wants to chime in with their two cents on the matter. I've been following it like as closely as anyone, but didn't feel the need to address it in this space. No one cares what we think about Tiger Woods, and most of the jokes we've heard haven't been that good enough to pass along.
However, Jason Whitlock took the media to task over the whole affair. Before you dismiss it because it's Whitlock (I disagree with many of his opinions, but I still want to hear what he has to say) give it a read. He calls out mainstream media outlets for their coverage on the issue, exposes some hidden agendas and reminds us that the people that bring us the news aren't always as objective as they purport themselves to be. It's worth a read.
Tiger's real crime? Not playing the media's game