Monthly Archives: July 2013

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Sarah Palin subtlety, the evolution of Edward Snowden, and more

News Item: “Pope Francis has paid tribute to his predecessor Benedict XVI in his first letter to clergy, acknowledging that most of it was written by Benedict.. . . .
Worth noting. It is not often we see an encyclical built for two.

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Cable news’ George Zimmerman obsession, Vladimir Putin’s fugitive-hunting skills, and more

News Item: “George Zimmerman trial completely dominating cable news”
Wait. As any cable TV news director will tell you, a great deal of thought goes into the coverage of the day’s—oh, look at that bright shiny object!

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The solution to our Sarah Palin problem, the wanton-wonton mix-up, and more


News Headline:
“Texas executes 500th prisoner”
Hats off to Texas.
And almost all of them were probably guilty.

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