–RAE (Report, Analysis, Op-Ed) | Ramola D | Posted September 10, 2019
On the 21st of April, 2019, the Chicago Sun-Times, owned by a group of neither intellectuals nor literati but businessmen and politicians in Chicago, ran a story by columnist and editorial-team member Neil Steinberg, who was once arrested for getting drunk and beating his wife, and spent a month in an alcohol-rehab facility, as his profile in Wikipedia—in itself a forum famous for its selective truths and rampant propaganda (much like Steinberg’s article here)—so ardently details.
The title of this masterpiece by a little-known journalist now marked in Wikipedia as a drunken wife-beater is “Are you being tracked? Burned by lasers? Maybe you are a ‚Targeted Individual‚
Not solicitous, not concerned, not critically enquiring nor journalistically curious, but skeptical, mocking, stopping just short of sticking a question-mark at the end of that pithy…
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