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The Washington Post, September 2, 2012

With the economy in free fall, we had hoped that President Obama would change expectations about what their government could do for them. Inaugurated with plenty of power, Obama never really challenged Ronald Reagan's "conventional wisdom" that government is the problem. Soon enough, we understood that nothing changed for most of us, especially for the banksters on Wall Street.

Front Page News: The Washington Post, September 2, 2012

Obama and Reagan "Portraits of Power"

Op-Photo taken in Washington, DC, on January 19, 2009, by Marshall Mayer,

Tags: protection, power, politics, injustice, looting

Newspaper Front Page @ 2012 The Washington Post

36" x 63.67"

color ink on newsprint

This image is part of the Front Page News series.


We will develop a portlet that finds the three notes taken nearest you. For example:

Fracking Creates Temporary Housing

Alexander, ND  USA

Renters Not Buying New Pickup Trucks

Cut Bank, MT  USA

Energy Production Generates Unintended Consequences

Colstrip, MT  USA

why and how

What we witness may not be "newsworthy" but that doesn't mean we shouldn't attract attention.


Take note, and take notes.