Sunday, October 25, 2009
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Circulation for the screamingly liberal New York Times has fallen so badly that they've been forced to cut 100 jobs from the newsroom, including 15 to 20 alleged "journalists." Oddly, this statistic seems to indicate that 80 to 85% of the people working in the newsroom weren't journalists, which doesn't exactly come as a surprise to anyone who's read the New York Times lately.
Meanwhile, practically across the street, the Wall Street Journal's circulation has actually grown, owing in part to their strictly neutral news pages, and a robustly intelligent and conservative editorial page. It seems that some papers can still tell the difference...as can readers.
Blatant Plug: "The Journal Editorial Report" on FOX News is the smartest half-hour on television, and Hope n' Change encourages readers to check it out!