Picture of the Day: Pandora’s Box Always Holds Hope

Pandora’s Box: Hope Survived

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Matt Drudge Continues His Crusade as a Shameless Disgrace

Matt Drudge: The Drudge Report

I have already pointed out here and also here on my blog what I believe to be the intentionally venomous effects of Matt Drudge’s so-called corrupt reporting at The Drudge ReportJoe Klein posts this in Time Magazine today:

“I know this is old news, but this guy is shameless.  The headline, with a photo of a three-quarters crazed Hillary, is HEALTH INSURANCE PROOF REQUIRED FOR WORK but the linked story says this:

At this point, we don’t have anything punitive that we have proposed,” the presidential candidate said in an interview with The Associated Press. “We’re providing incentives and tax credits which we think will be very attractive to the vast majority of Americans.  “She said she could envision a day when “you have to show proof to your employer that you’re insured as a part of the job interview — like when your kid goes to school and has to show proof of vaccination,” but said such details would be worked out through negotiations with Congress.

How stupid does he think we are?  Answer: Extremely dumbolic.

I’ll have more about Clinton’s health plan in this week’s print column.”

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My Articles for Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Abbie Hoffman is shown sporting judicial robes and reading in court. Another drawing shows poet Allen Ginsberg testifying in Sanskrit. The images are among sketches from the 1969-70 Chicago 7 Conspiracy Trial recently given to the Chicago History Museum. They tell the story of a bizarre trial that reflected the youth counterculture of the 1960s. Article includes courtroom drawings.

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From the ruthless streets of the murderous Belleville district of Paris to the limelight of New York’s glamorous concert halls, Edith Piaf’s life was a constant battle to sing and survive, to live and love. In the end, “The Little Sparrow” flew so high that she could not fail to burn her wings. Photos and music videos are included.

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See the Rest of My Articles at Blue Dot

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