Posts Tagged: photography

Politics and Photography

originally posted on Every so often I will go back and watch two interesting slideshows on the New York Times, one which followed photographer Damon Winter on Obama’s campaign trail, the other following a group of photographers who were covering the Republican and Democratic conventions. I’m continually fascinated by the content of these slideshows,Read… Read more »

The Commissar Vanishes

Government web sites are public records. They exist to help citizens, not promote executives. They should not be used to advance individual agendas. Yet, frequently, the first act of a new administration is to wipe out evidence of the prior leadership. This is more than just changing the names on the “About Us” page. Articles,Read… Read more »