Saturday, July 18, 2009

Propaganda doesn’t sell: The New York Times goes on welfare.

Great news this Saturday morning! It appears that the failing New York Times is seeking funding from and through non-profit charity.

As we all know, the New York Times has become nothing more than a pathetic shell of a once noble and important component of informing the electorate. Now the nobility has been replaced by indecorous mendacity and the information with agitprop.

Poynter Online reported yesterday that
the NY Times is “considering” funding from non-profit foundations. Such funding is, of course, necessary because the Times is no longer capable of earning sufficient advertising income.

Maybe the Times could have avoided such fiscal pandering had it not driven Republicans, conservatives and fair minded independents from its circulation universe.


Anonymous said...

Is it the baldness that makes you so bitter Ted?

Anonymous said...

uh oh. A fourth grader showed up.

Take that Uncle Teddy. He sure showed you. Who's bitter? The little boy you bested that stalks you.

Anonymous said...

Did Daddy diddle you?

Anonymous said...

Is it just me or is Teddy the ugliest man in the world?

English coursework said...

incredible, new-york times? one of the world's bigger news agency is non-profitable. These are really breaking news


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