Denmark, (PressExposure) October 07, 2008 -- The Editor-in-Chief is a young and feisty member of Mensa and Law student in lacuna, Sean Lindberg, who in his own words purveys an intellectual, satirical perspective on foreign affairs that promotes equality and understanding between societies and cultures. Articles such as "Sex, Drugs,and Politics" [http://www.omnipolitics.com/?p=53] and "Who's on Top" [http://www.omnipolitics.com/?p=46] are very humoristic but also have bold statements that are bordering the misogynistic. The goal is either to change your mind or make your own belief stronger. To Sean it's not controversy, it's simply balancing poetic justice to the inundate writings of traditional medias.
"If Presidential Candidates are going to act like A-list flick stars, their press hype should be treated as such too! If I catch Obama stepping out of a limo lacking undies the world is going to hear about it. If recipes are postiche, then I will barbecue their balder parts"
Sean's Grandmother disagrees with him, however. In a letter to her grandson, she explained that Sean would know that he couldn't make such bold, repulsive statements on political figures if he hadn't dropped out of Law School. In a statement, she said, "Sean should appeal to a more selective audience, the cultural elite, instead of writing such atrocious things about other people. He's too infatuated with 'The United Bluff' and the Republicans. I actually think he might begin to write hateful nonsense about the fuzzy wuzzies (ed. immigrants). I expect a lot more of him."
Sean took his Grandmother's letter under advisement and decided to let her blog on Omnipolitics.com. Now, she has her own blog called "Grandma's Blog" [http://www.omnipolitics.com/?cat=82] where she presents her perspective on the world of politics, often disagreeing with her grandson (and the rest of the world).