Maze cartoon of a
week in the life of Helen Thomas. By Yonatan Frimer
Maze cartoon of a week in the life of Helen Thomas. First she tells the
Jews to go back to Germany, then says she is sorry, then quits her job.
Created by Yonatan Frimer
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Helen Thomas's controversial voice
I am appalled that Helen Thomas's comments on Israel prevent
her from speaking at Walt Whitman High School's commencement ["Helen Thomas bows out of speech,"
Metro, June 7]. I am also disgusted that Ari Fleischer and Lanny Davis
conducted a campaign to punish Ms. Thomas, no doubt as retribution for
her outspoken questions when they served in earlier administrations.
Freedom of speech, however, is lost to their petty maneuvering.
Most of us would not agree with Ms. Thomas's unfortunate and
seemingly uninformed comments about where Jews might live in peace. But
she has the right to say what she thinks, and listeners can decide
whether she is foolish, biased and out of touch. Had she spoken at
Whitman, perhaps she would have retracted, perhaps she would have
lamented further . . . or maybe not.
Whitman's cancellation under...Read