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The first quarter of 2011 has ushered in the year of the “mad man.” Sadly, this idea is being turned into a commodity that can be consumed repeatedly across a range of media outlets.
In the first major policy fallout from the WikiLeaks disclosures, the State Department has ordered all U.S. diplomats to “cease and desist telling the truth until further notice.”
Of all the people to show up on Tuesday at his usual polling location only to find that his name wasn’t on the register, it had to be actor/director/Hollywood Liberal™ Tim Robbins.
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