Heston article irrelevant

What was the point of printing the Charlton Heston article by the AP on Monday (“”Charlton Heston, dead at 84, left political mark to rival cinematic legacy””)? I don’t know whether it was a good thing or not that the article wasn’t printed in its entirety and ended mid-sentence, interrupting Nancy Reagan. Really, the article seemed far more obsessed with Michael Moore than Heston. Rather than focus on Heston’s death or legacy, the article blabbered on and on about Moore’s Web site and “”Bowling for Columbine,”” a fictitious crapumentary that has little to do with Heston’s life or death. Why is this junk in the Daily Wildcat? Fast Fact: Charlton Heston died last week.

Dan Greenberg
political science senior