Thursday, July 18, 2013

Go Ahead and Read Rolling Stone's Profile of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

Seriously, read it. The author, Janet Reitman, wrote a fantastic, well-researched and thorough report on the evolution of "Jahar," or as his friends called him, "Jizz," from a National Honor Society student to an accused terrorist. - Eric Levenson/The Atlantic

Jahar's World: He was a charming kid with a bright future. But no one saw the pain he was hiding or the monster he would become. - Janet Reitman/Rolling Stone

Five Revelations From Rolling Stone's Boston Bomber Cover Story - Rolling Stone

Why the ‘Rolling Stone’ Cover Has Angered People - John Podhoretz/Commentary @jpodhoretz

Rolling Stone’s Cover Stories: the ‘Soft-Focus Image of the Soulful Boy-Man’ - Ed Driscoll/PJMedia

Rolling Stone defends cover featuring Boston Marathon bombing suspect - CBS

Rolling Stone’s strange, dreamy cover of terrorist; Update: CVS refuses to sell - Ed Morrissey/HotAir
“CVS/pharmacy has decided not to sell the current issue of Rolling Stone featuring a cover photo of the Boston Marathon bombing suspect,” the Facebook post read. “As a company with deep roots in New England and a strong presence in Boston, we believe this is the right decision out of respect for the victims of the attack and their loved ones.”
Not dreamy enough? #FreeJahar terror groupies shriek about Rolling Stone cover - Twitchy