Stop hiding Phil Rosenthal on page three of the Chicago Tribune business section.
Writing like his should be featured more prominently:
Everyone knows hiring Rich Little to perform at this year's White House Correspondents Dinner is playing it safe, a response to the blogstorm of controversy from last year's savaging of the president and press by Stephen Colbert. ***Hiding an asset like Phil Rosenthal may constitute a breach of the Tribune's fiduciary duty to its shareholders.
If you visit Little's Web site, RichLittle.com, check out the page with a sampling of some of the many voices he does. Roughly two-thirds of the more than 150 people on the list are dead.
That's not comedy. That's a seance.