One Flew Over the Coup's Inquest
As we raise our fists to plunge the screwdrivers of impeachment into the frontal lobes of our collective media-trance, let us return one last time to the kinder, gentler America of 1987, when big-tobacco lawyer Kenneth Starr was interviewed by 60 Minutes Diane Sawyer: "Public media," said Starr, "should not contain explicit or implied descriptions of sex acts. Our society should be purged of the perverts who provide the media with pornographic material while pretending it has some redeeming social value under the publics right to know."
Oliver North Calls On Clinton To Resign (http://images.cnn.com/ALLPOLITICS/1998/08/19/north/).
Norths lovable convictions (tampering with and destroying evidence, lying to Congress and so on) were overturned on the grounds that Congress had offered him immunity for his testimony, so Monday through Friday from 3 to 6 p.m. (EST) Ollie "brings Common Sense to Radio and the Internet" on The Oliver North Show (
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