It was only a matter of time before someone came along to revise "Footprints" in the matter of the rescued Chilean miners: "My precious child, when you saw yourself lifted out of the darkest hole of your life, 'twas Milton Friedman who carried you."
The Washington Post is just diligently exploring both sides of the issue! You did know that there are two completely rational sides to the debate over teens committing suicide because of homophobic bullying, didn't you?
Given the favored narrative about how bad things are in America, you're unlikely to see some of the more eyebrow-raising nuggets in the data. Here are 10 data-supported satirical headlines the poll could produce.
This was the kind of story that, in saner times, would be relegated to a four-line item at the back of the local paper along with the reported rescue of a treed cat or a description of a Sunday school picnic.
Yesterday was a big day in Washington, and for your White House Press Corps: big votes on "Don't Ask Don't Tell" and the DREAM Act -- in short, lots to talk about. But first! Twitter! Will it cause the next 9/11? The White House Press Corps is concerned!
The piece begins with the editors stating that they have "qualms" with Warren. Why is that? Well, the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection will have a big budget and regulatory power. But so do lots of agencies!