Far from stakeholders in their toil, Mr. McGowan and his cohorts are romanticized for their brawn and the "lucky fortune" of being part of the legacy of this re-building.
The other thing you can't see here, though it's there, is the plant in the distance.
Compared to the simplistic one-liners sprouting like mushrooms on cover after cover as part of the 9/11 ten year anniversary newsstand pileup, the New Statesman cover kept me going for a while.
As a refugee from the Sears-Roebuck catalog, it's a perfect backdrop.
Holding the father role over Obama's head, the bobbleheaded epitome of government is characterized as a complainer with a superiority complex.
MLK’s sculpture portrays a monumental, stern, and even defiant Martin Luther King. Somewhat at odds with the Jesus-like makeover the press has given him.
A clever shot from the LA job fair as White House stresses.
Bag Readers respond to a Perry photo that is more awkward and urban than "gunfighter."
Not much equivalent, though, to the South Lawn.
If I had to pick one image to represent the human condition, this might be it.