CBS Sunday Morning on April 3, 2016
the "Rainbow Swash," as it's called, off Route 93 in Boston, is also one of the largest copyrighted works of art in the world.
Corita Kent was the designer of Rainbow Swash as well as the 1985 Love Stamp; she died in 1986 at age 67.
Faith Salie reported the story:
Corita Kent: An overshadowed pop art icon
Charlie Rose did the cover story Megyn Kelly and the question that changed her life forever, which included a bit of lawyer trivia. Failing to get into Syracuse University's Newhouse School, she went to Albany Law School instead (J.D., 1995) , then worked for Bickel & Brewer LLP and then Jones, Day, but later got a job as a local reporter in Washington, D.C. [ WJLA-TV ]
Of some political interest, Megyn Kelly is mentioned in the law review article CONSUMER PROTECTION IN THE MARKETPLACE OF IDEAS: A PROPOSAL TO EXTEND THE NEWS DISTORTION DOCTRINE TO CABLE TELEVISION NEWS PROGRAMS; 40 T. Marshall L. Rev. 223 (2015) in the following way:
On the September 8, 2010 episode of the Fox News program America Live, host Megyn Kelly began a segment by stating, "Did Hillary Clinton just effectively declare her candidacy for president of the United States?" n150 Afterward, Kelly aired a clip of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton stating, "I think that our rising debt levels poses a national security threat, and it poses a national security threat in two ways. It undermines our capacity to act in our own interest, and it does constrain us where constraint may be undesirable. And it also sends a message of weakness internationally." n151 Following the clip, Kelly opined that Clinton was "coasting along in this role of secretary of state, watching President Obama take all the hits on the economy, maybe a tweak here or there about how his policies are undermining not just our national economy, but our international security, which she does have to worry about, and then what, she emerges in a couple of years to say 'I told you so.'" n152
The clear implication from the introduction of the clip, the edited clip, and Kelly's remarks thereafter is that Clinton was somehow criticizing [p. 252] President Obama. When the entire quote is read, however, this is not the case. In full, Clinton stated:
I think that our rising debt levels pose a national security threat, and it poses a national security threat in two ways. It undermines our capacity to act in our own interest, and it does constrain us where constraint may be undesirable. And it also sends a message of weakness internationally. . . .
So I don't think we have a choice. It's a question of how we -- how we decide to deal with this debt and deficit. I mean, you know, it is -- we don't need to go back and sort of re-litigate how we got to where we are, but it is fair to say that, you know, we fought two wars without paying for them, and we had tax cuts that were not paid for either. And that has been a very deadly combination to fiscal sanity and responsibility.
So the challenge is how we get out of it by making the right decisions, not the wrong decisions. I mean, there's a lot of wrong things we could do that would further undermine our strength. I mean, it is going to be very difficult for those decisions. n153
Thus, in context, Secretary Clinton was neither criticizing President Obama nor implying in any way that she would be a better president.
Moment of nature: Trinity River Forest in Dallas, Texas.