Loony Left: Friday 13th edition
The week's madness courtesy of the European Union, European Investment Bank, Ken Livingstone (obviously), the Guardian, Obama, Ozzie Guillen, and the civil servant who did nothing for 14 years
4. GUARDIAN TO CHARGE 9K FOR JOURNALISM COURSE
The Kraken isn’t going away without a fight.
Having made losses before tax of £33million last year, Guardian News and Media had already announced plans for a possible Hotel Guardianista venture. Now, it seems, education is their next port of call with the group looking at plans to start a digital journalism course.
Seeing as its current crop of hacks is incapable of presenting well-reasoned journalism, one has to wonder what’ll be on the syllabus – presumably tips on how to obfuscate a lost back-and-forth in order to evade embarrassment in a manner that would leave even Harry Houdini scratching his head.
And what’ll the damage be? £9000 per year.
Perhaps now its readers will be weaned off their current force-fed diet of attacks on rising tuition fees...
5. OBAMA EASTER BUNNY
Obama was snapped at a rather inhopportune (apologies) moment this week at the 134th annual White House Easter Egg Roll.
Seeing as that awful “HOPE” gimmick has – rather predictably – proved hollow though, we actually thought this new role suited Obama rather well.
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