Sunday, January 18, 2015


By Gregory Disney-Britton
During a week of raging debate over free speechThe New Yorker released a new magazine cover about "reconciliation" by Barry Blitt. The Canadian is a cartoonist and illustrator who has contributed more than eighty covers to the magazine. While others debated religious radicalism abroad, we watched the movie "Selma" where religious restraint won out over religious radicalism at home. Because in the end "love" wins, that makes "Reconciliation" (above) by Barry Blitt my NEWS OF WEEK.

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