All Further Articles for 2011-04-28

Thursday, April 28, 2011
What This Is About
CBS' Bob Schieffer admirably calls it like he sees it.
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Truth, Justice and the American Way Not What It Was: Superman Jumps Ship
Things must be bad. After getting flak for supporting pro-democracy demonstrators in Iran, Superman has decided to renounce his U.S. citizenship. "I'm tired of having my actions construed as instruments of U.S. policy." - Superman
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The Graffiti Of War
The Graffiti of War project seeks to bridge the divide between civilians and "warfighters" by documenting the art of those "living and dying through these conflicts." As expected, the images range from blood-seeking to heart-rending. "I wish I was where I was when I was wishing I was here."
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Righteous Citizens To GOP: Salt In The Wound
It's modestly gratifying to see some - if not enough - anger erupting at GOP town meetings, where people are confronting their so-called representatives on Medicare and free rides for the rich. See people challenge Paul Ryan, Florida's Daniel Webster, New York's Charlie Gibson, and the smug, glib bull of Florida's Allen West, who took only pre-screened questions and had former Air America host Nicole Sanders arrested for asking more. Ah, democracy in action. "If you support Medicare the way it is now, you can kiss the United States of America goodbye," said West.
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