We have never understood the popularity of Oprah Winfrey.  We welcome the news that she has decided to cancel her daily television show in 2011. 


Oprah
— allegedly an icon for the strong, independently minded woman — has
always come off to us as preachy, fake, and overweening.

We are
also highly suspicious of the facts of her personal life — and if she
hopes to tread again in the public square — we hope she will come
clean about every relationship and friendship she has stocked in her
closet.

If Oprah demands the unvanquished truth and reality from her guests and viewers — we then have the justifiable right to claim the same from her in return.

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