Edmonton Sun | 28Jun2011 | Orest Slepokura

Black Days

Missing from the media scrum surrounding Lord and Lady Black outside a Chicago courthouse was a Greek chorus delivering a mournful editorial comment on the nature of hubris. With timely restitution, Conrad Black could have made all his legal woes disappear. But like U.S. President Richard Nixon, whose biography he’s written, Black was undone by his own  unbending character. To quote Nixon: “I brought myself down.”

Orest Slepokura

(No sympathy for these uncivil people. Greed isn’t good.)