Popcorn Ted, Panama Pix & Bunnies: Our Twitter / Instagram Favs of the Week

by Michael Shaw


In our weekly Twitter / Instagram Roundup, Cruz and Sanders lead the charge. And there is all that toxicity hiding in plain sight. In the campaign without end, Wisconsin was a game changer. In knocking off Trump, the hard-edged, fundamentalist Cruz is actually being showcased … as a regular guy. The revolutionary Sanders, on the other hand, continues to inspire (and stir the creative imagination) outside the establishment. Along those same lines, the release of the Panama Papers threw light — for a moment, at least — on the rich and powerful gaming the system. If and when we look (or the media looks), it’s everywhere. On the golf course, of course. In our (prescription) drug crisis. Even, in white rabbits.


Photo 1: Paolo Woods & Gabriele Galiberti; photo 6: Alex Wong/Getty Images North America; photo 7: João Pina for The Wall Street Journal.


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