At the WSJ.
Sadly, my last para did not survive the editing process:
The real Robin of Loxley made his bones by assassinating those who collected taxes that had been levied unjustly, and returned the cash to the pockets of the populace where it might fructify. While such a commendable course of action fully justifies his renown this isn’t, I imagine, quite feasible these days. However joyously we might copy those deeds.