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Questions the Press Doesn't Ask

Reticulator Wrote: Dec 26, 2012 12:09 AM
Are there special summer camps where children can go to learn how to suppress their sense of curiosity so they can become White House reporters?
Reginald10 Wrote: Dec 27, 2012 5:03 PM
No, but there are 9-month programs available at your local school for curiosity suppression. These programs include drugs for the too-pesky, as well as self-medication instruction for the normal kids. They also include aversion therapy for those who might want to sample the works of others' imagination, both by inhibiting access to positive works and encouraging intake of horrific, depressing, or otherwise distasteful material. New to the curriculum is a facts-only program which prevents exposure to anything imaginative.
Merry Christmas to the Fourth Estate! Hope you've enjoyed your goose or turkey or whatever your family tradition includes (latkes for those who are Jewish). When you return to work, there are a few loose ends on which you might want to follow up.

"Follow up." It's a term that has gone out of style in the age of Obama. You members of the press have become remarkably uncurious since he's been in the White House. A blanket of benevolent uncuriousness smothers news about Obama administration wrongdoing.

The Secretary of State, who took "full responsibility" for the Benghazi debacle,...

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