Misspelling KGB?

March 8, 2010

Liberals rap Kremlin as Stalin is worshipped

Since former KBG officer Vladimir Putin came to power a decade ago, Russia’s beleaguered liberals have accused the Kremlin of helping to burnish Stalin’s image in order to justify its own increasingly tight political control.

KBG? Really?

I’ll bet your editor is proud of that one…


Ouch. Several readers noticed this one: GBU Editor

Russia’s Prime Minister Vladimir Putin holds a cup during his working visit to the Siberian Khakasiya region near Karatash settlement outside the city of Abakan February 25, 2010.┬áREUTERS/Ria Novosti/Alexei Druzhinin/Pool

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