Archive for April, 2009
I think tabloid journalism has become so pervasive is that it gives people the chance to feel better about themselves in a slightly sick way
It’s like someone coming up to you, sticking a gun to your head for 15 seconds, walking away and hearing 20 minutes later it was an undercover cop posing for a photo
I am still shaking
I have no information beyond what I saw
It’s quite possible for this virus to evolve… when viruses evolve, clearly they can become more dangerous to people
I’m taking the night off to complete a big project I am working on. I’ll be back tomorrow, unless Swine Flu gets me.
Well, it won’t surprise you that I don’t consider him a particularly reliable source of information
America’s newspapers are struggling to survive, and while there will be serious consequences in terms of the lives and financial security of the employees involved, including hundreds at the Globe, there will also be serious consequences for our democracy where diversity of opinion and strong debate are paramount
I am committed to your fight, committed to your industry and committed to ensuring that the vital public service newspapers provide does not disappear
In November, I announced a new rate of income tax of 45 percent on incomes above 150,000 pounds — the top one percent of taxpayers
In order to help pay for additional support for people now, I have decided that the new rate will be 50 percent and will come in from next April — a year earlier
You plant, you cultivate, you harvest. Over time, the seeds that were planted here are going to be very, very valuable
I think any time you have severe economic conditions there is always an element of disaffection that can mutate into something that’s unhealthy
Just think, if someone like Axelrod was around in the late 1700’s our nation’s history may have been completely different.