CharityPhilanthropy can be shockingly self-serving. You already know that. Good article, though.
- The governments of Samoa and Belize are more fair to investigative journalists than the U.S. government is. No big surprise, really.
- Hey, God! That ain’t no way to treat those beautiful Corvettes!
- Memory is such a funny old thing. Yesterday when former Nawlins mayor Ray Nagin got convicted on multitudes of counts of corruption, the NPRistas tsked about Nagin’s long and tragic fall from the days he was the “face of New Orleans” during Hurricane Katrina. Do they actually remember what the “face of Katrina” looked like? A corruption conviction is positively lovely by comparison. (And it was for his “heroic” Katrina recovery work that he was convicted.) Just another grubby crook.
- Now here, OTOH, is a colossal fall: From world-spanning might to pants-pissing ignorami.
- And before you go thinking Americans are still superior to Brits in this regard: well, some are and some … not.