We haven't actually looked inside the new Examiner yet this week—reading newspapers is for interns—but our favorite newspaper designer has. He reports that the purty eagle on the front page, clutching the traditional left-side olive branches in its talons, is reproduced on the paper's opinion pages—but there, it's solely clutching the right-side half-quiver of arrows.
Well, it's always handy to have a graphical representation of a paper's bellicosity, I suppose. We wish the Wall Street Journal page had such a graphic marker: maybe a nice woodcut-style rendering of a bunch of angry bald dwarves holding AK-47s?—CS
Hawkish Eagle? [News Designer]