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New Silicon Graffiti Video: "The Pinchurian Candidate"

The weekend before November’s elections, Frank Rich of the New York Times wrote a curious column titled, “The G.O.P. Stalinists Invade Upstate New York.

Apparently, in Rich’s mind, because conservatives thought -- accurately as it turned out -- that Dede Scozzafava, running for Congress in New York’s 23rd District was a Republican in Name Only, and they preferred a more conservative candidate, that made them...Stalinists!

On the other hand, it was rather refreshing to see a journalist with the New York Times use the word pejoratively. Needless to say, that hasn’t always been the case, as we'll explore in the latest edition of Silicon Graffiti, including:

Click below to watch:

And for 40 or so previous editions of Silicon Graffiti, click here and keep scrolling and watching.