On one day, The Guardian carries the thoughts of Chloe Schama.
By this account, she is the daughter of Simon Schama, a talented man who has exhausted his admirers' patience by spouting the most extreme Obamaniac guff.
The very next day, The Guardian carries an article by Peter Tatchell, one of our new breed of moral guardians before whose advent the British seemed to possess no sense of decency or fair play, denouncing the British monarchy as 'racist'.
The irony of a leftist institution promoting the hereditary aristocracy of media access one day and denouncing a hereditary aristocracy as trivial as the monarchy the next is quite funny.
Tsk, tsk - shouldn't think such things; very uncharitable. I'm sure Chloe's very talented.