But two other stories most particularly caught my eye. One was this, about two-thirds of the way down the homepage.
Except that, the thing is, a little ways up the page, the Huffington Post also has this story on the very same homepage today, as well --
Mind you, I think that this story is valid, too. It's important to know how our actions impact what we do, so that we can try to figure out what we want and how we can address the situation. It also allows us to hold people accountable for their actions.
I don't require total consistency in my news coverage. Hey, life gets convoluted, and sometimes you need a scorecard to keep track amidst all the serious news, pandering, "Say what?" and naked Miley Cyrus stories. And even snarky is fine, since it can add perspective, though it requires a thinner tightrope to walk on. But if one is going to be inconsistent, I prefer there to be at least a reasonable lapse of time to justify the inconsistency to make it understandable, rather than layered right on top of one another. Especially if you're going to throw in snarky at the same time.
On the other hand, at least there wasn't a homepage story today (yet) about some new Apple Rumor, so that's a step in the right direction.
Unless you count this --