Some pablum for Ms. Streisand's breakfast table

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The Los Angeles Times allows Jane Fonda's second ex—husband (the one just before Ted Turner) the space in which to make an utter fool of himself venting various platitudes somehow brought to mind by the departure of Tookie Williams. You've heard it all before, but the point seems to be that we need to "understand" and provide therapy for poeple unjustly known as "superpredators" who really just divert our attention from the crimes of the American "superstate."

Barbra Streisand should send a lackey down to the Malibu Market and pick up a copy, now that she's cancelled her subscription. Just the kind of "journalism" she used to enjoy so much in the LAT.

Hat tip: Ed Lasky

Thomas Lifson  12 14 05

The Los Angeles Times allows Jane Fonda's second ex—husband (the one just before Ted Turner) the space in which to make an utter fool of himself venting various platitudes somehow brought to mind by the departure of Tookie Williams. You've heard it all before, but the point seems to be that we need to "understand" and provide therapy for poeple unjustly known as "superpredators" who really just divert our attention from the crimes of the American "superstate."

Barbra Streisand should send a lackey down to the Malibu Market and pick up a copy, now that she's cancelled her subscription. Just the kind of "journalism" she used to enjoy so much in the LAT.

Hat tip: Ed Lasky

Thomas Lifson  12 14 05