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Sunday, 23 December 2012

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Yael
And the sequel is... Media Pornographers of Public Grief see themselves as VICTIMS {of Trauma Too). Unbelievable. http://twitchy.com/2012/12/22/cnn-wont-somebody-think-of-the-traumatized-reporters-who-have-to-cover-sandy-hook/
Mannie Sherberg
One of the many oddities about present-day America is that ever since Judge Harry Blackmun discovered a right-to-privacy in the Constitution, there's been a virtual disappearance of privacy in American life. These days, nobody says "It's none of your damn business" -- for the good and simple reason that everything is now everybody's business. We are probably not far from the day when someone seriously proposes that the name of our country be changed to the Oprah-ized States of America. Which might not be a bad idea. We sure as heck aren't the United States anymore.

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