However, as an avid Sun-Times reader, I want to know whom to praise for the Cegelis shot. Alas, I can find no credit for it, such as I find on the previous page (smaller) of the better known Condoleeza Rice, not near as striking as the Cegelis shot. Thank Mark Wilson/Getty Images for it anyhow. Scott Olson/Getty Images and Carlos Osorio/AP are two others whom we can thank, for shots that go with stories out of Baghdad and Wilmington Del. respectively.
And on it goes throughout the paper. Pix are i-d’d as by so-and-so of such-and-such. But for this Lynn Sweet column all about a candidate running for office, chattily filling us in on her with result that we think highly of her and like her Air America connection and will give her money, we have this beautiful shot, provided by . . . whom? By the candidate's media firm, Adelstein etc., whose Adelstein is quoted calling her Republican opponent "an extreme right-winger," I say, and why not? With a “positive” column goes a positive picture. But why not give Adelstein credit?