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Claudia Rosett at the First Annual Walter Duranty Awards

This story was a joint accomplishment of writer and editor, so it is a shared award. The selection committee is pleased to bestow the Walter Duranty Prize for Journalistic Mendacity on reporter Joan Juliet Buck and editor Anna Wintour, for their combined feats of on-site reporting, headline packaging, impeccable timing, and fearless dismissal of the truth in Vogue magazine’s astounding March 2011 cover story: “Asma al-Assad: A Rose in the Desert.”

Styled as a profile of the first lady of Syria, Asma al-Assad, this article was a paragon of propaganda — a makeover of the Assad dictatorship, presenting Asma as the human face of President Bashar al-Assad’s rule: “glamorous, young and very chic.”

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Obama paying EXTRA to enable illegal donations
"the Obama campaign has chosen not to use industry-standard verification methods for its on-line contributions. In fact, the campaign has to pay higher fees to credit card companies because they don't use these methods. So, the campaign is paying millions of dollars for the privilege of not utilizing basic security procedures. Why would they do this?

The clear implication is that they will reap more money without these security procedures than they would with them.
Democrats are only wasteful with other people's money. To some extent, then, they are knowingly collecting on-line donations that would otherwise be rejected by basic security protocols. Hmm."
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http://www.heritage.org/research/reports/2012/09/government-employees-work-less-than-private-sector-employees

If you dig into the data, we find what we always knew - the people working for the government on average work less (by a fairly large amount) compared to private sector ones.

And if you ever visited Post Office or DMV, you will know that their "working" hours aren't exactly very productive or working either.
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One of the reasons people don't understand how little government workers work is that, in the U.S., unless you are on welfare, you really don't have to visit a government office that many times over your life.
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