The Boston Globe, which refuses to correct its factually-challenged smear of Sarah Palin over rape kits, has an online store. According to its “About Us” page, the store was formed in 1996 “to make The Globe’s extensive photo archives and content available for both people and businesses…In addition to offering the historic images and content of New England’s largest newspaper, the Globe Store also has a growing selection of books and products that celebrate our region’s personalities, sports teams, history, and places.”
A powerful image, a powerful message….”carry a conversation” of hope and change. The Obama handbag made by FlashBag is the perfect head turning blend of fashion sense meets common sense. No handbag collection is complete this Fall without the Obama handbag.
Flashbags are wearable art handbags and accessories. They are handmade by women in Burlington, Vermont. Durable Flashbags are made from laminated images strengthened by a sandwich of eight sheets of recycled newsprint. Images cover every panel of the bag inside and out and each panel is embroidered with colorful swoops and swirls that complement the composition of each image.
I can’t seem to find the McCain bag. Can you?
While the newspaper sells lies about Sarah Palin, it peddles overpriced purses hyping Obama.
MSM: They’re in the tank. And they’re in the bag.
Bias? What bias? Conflict of interest? What conflict of interest? Liberal media? What liberal media?