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  • Kenneth Cole's Fall 2004 fashion catalog

    12/16/2004 11:22:07 AM PST · by EveningStar · 56 replies · 2,028+ views
    Kenneth Cole ^ | August 2004? | Staff
    Several months ago, fashion magnate Kenneth Cole, who is married to one of Mario Cuomo’s daughters, came out with his Fall 2004 catalog. Mr. Cole used this catalog promote his liberal positions on certain issues. You can view the ads at the catalog website. Pages 2-3: Picture: A female model holds a telescope. Caption: Every so often we renew our search for intelligent life. It is called an election. Are you putting us on? Pages 6-7: Picture: Two female models look at each other with tantalizing expressions. Caption: 52% of Americans think same sex marriages don't deserve a good reception?...
  • WSJ: Tehran's Triumph -- Europe and the U.N. bless Iran's march toward a nuclear weapon.

    12/01/2004 5:40:04 AM PST · by OESY · 20 replies · 1,426+ views
    Wall Street Journal ^ | December 1, 2004 | Editorial
    ...Because Iran's endless gaming of the IAEA is fast becoming a story of short memories getting shorter, it's useful to recap the events of just the past two weeks. In mid-November, Tehran finalized an agreement with Britain, France and Germany to suspend its uranium-enrichment program -- crucially and explicitly including the use of uranium-enriching centrifuges. In exchange, Europe promised not to refer the Islamic Republic's known and suspected breaches of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty to the U.N. Security Council, which could impose economic sanctions. No sooner was the ink dry on that agreement than Iran rushed to convert 22 tons...
  • Kenneth Cole's overt politics set him apart

    08/29/2003 7:58:29 AM PDT · by TastyManatees · 3 replies · 628+ views
    Chicago Tribune ^ | 8/29/03 | Robin Givhan
    Kenneth Cole's overt politics set him apart By Robin Givhan The Washington Post August 28, 2003 NEW YORK -- Fashion industry entrepreneur Kenneth Cole has, for 20 years, used snappy one-liners to promote a social agenda, burnish his corporate image and sell his shoes. As early as April 1987, in the service of moving his midpriced footwear, Cole's advertisements boldly advocated AIDS education. "Our shoes aren't the only thing we encourage you to wear," read the tag line on an ad showing a single condom. To underscore the numbers of Americans who live on the streets, Cole's advertisements have depicted...