Pulitzer Prize for exposing the big salaries paid to public officials in the town of Bell, California.
We laughed even harder when the Miami Herald reported it, noting the irony that in a city full of corruption, the Herald applauds the L.A. Times, while ignoring their own backyard and walking away empty handed.
The Pulitzer Prize for public service, in our opinion, should be awarded to Al Crespo and his Crespo-Gram Report, to Investigation Miami, The Straw Buyer, Random Pixels, and this humble blog, for exposing the power, corruption, and lies that have dragged the City of Miami down to the corrupt Third World gutter it has become.
While newspapers congratulate one another in the Pulitzer award circle jerk, it is the blogs that are truly reporting what is happening in government and looking out for taxpayers.
Congratulations to us all!