On the fifth anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, the Toronto Film Festival featured “Death of a President,” which depicted the assassination of George W. Bush. It won an award there. Liberal culture during President Bush’s time in office ranged from assassination fantasies to widespread mockery. In that milieu, The Daily Show and Saturday Night […]
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