Beyond the pitched cries of editorial impropriety, perhaps it's not all clear what the subway photo is really about. When you think about it, for example, what the photo offers is not the story of what happened so much as its consequence.
Margolin, allowed unchallenged to assert unsubstantiated nonsense as fact, claimed the liberal excitement over Obama four years ago has disappeared and that Democrats are resorting to contests, blanket give-aways and other desperate means to ensure a full house.
Now that the AP investigation of the NYPD's widespread spying on the city's Muslims has apparently run its course, what's been the result? Much of the city's establishment have derided the AP series as "smearing" the NYPD.
As the Post, and all the other soul-less propaganda outlets, have done their best to undermine and smear the Zuccotti happening and the whole Occupy uprising, I found items in the paper that sent my blood pressure into danger zone.
In one of my recent columns, where I went down to try and chronicle the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) muddle, I found only a handful of what I called "intelligent life forms." But it turns out I got this wrong.
I watched with discomfort as I realized these women -- poor women, desperate women, drug-addicted women, women under the control of a pimp -- were being used to highlight wealthy celebrities' poor fashion choices.