Patty Hearst won last night!
From the breathless account in The Times (London):
In 1974 her photo was splashed across the front pages as a kidnap-victim-turned-girl-terrorist who toted a machine gun to rob a bank with her radical captors.
"I’m Tanya. Up against the wall, motherf******s," she cried.
People change, however. Yesterday Patty Read More
William Randolph Hearst was the Rupert Murdoch of his day. “He is,” President Teddy Roosevelt once wrote, “the most potent single influence for evil we have in our life.” Hearst inherited his father’s newspaper business and kept going: At his peak, he owned 28 major newspapers and 18 magazines, not to mention radio stations and Read More