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Stimson Bullitt died on Sunday. The former president of King Broadcasting Co. was 89. A Navy World War II veteran and University of Washington graduate, Bullitt was politically connected and politically active. He was on President Richard Nixon's so-called "enemies list" for his criticism of the Vietnam War.
The company with the most boring of boring names, American International Group, was once huge. Just last year Forbes listed AIG as the 18th largest publicly traded company in the country. On Feb. 11, 2005, AIG's stock closed at $73.12. Now you can buy a share for about $1.40, it's on government life support and quickly becoming the focus of the nation's anger over who to blame for the recession. -- Keith Vance
Another installation of Milt Priggee's political cartoon commentary.
A cartoonist's take on what happened to newspapers.