Cancellations 1 - Notable war criminal Donald Rumsfeld has cancelled his NYTimes subscription following Paul Krugman’s recent column. I guess, Rummy you don’t read the paper you have, you read the paper you wish you had. (WaPo)
Cancellations 2 – After prematurely reporting the demise of iconic CEO Steve Jobs, the Tiffany Network CBS News killed off its partnership with Shira Lazar’s online show What’s Trending. (The Atlantic)
First you break all the rules - Arizonastan Über Alles Jan Brewer has decided to fly in the face of the RNC and move her desert sand kingdom’s primary date earlier, you know, to have some influence. (Arizona Governor’s Office – fair warning! It’s a PDF)
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It’s reassuring to know that at one point in his life Rumsfeld could read. Beyond that, it should be noted that the Krugman piece was in his blog, not the dead-tree NYT. So Rummy can go on reading Krugman in secret.
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