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John on the Sunset Coast BS: The crisis of capitalism in the USA (214* d) RE: BS: The crisis of capitalism in the USA 08 Jul 14


"Look up the New York Times. The Washington Post. The LA Times. The Seattle Times or the Seattle PI. Look up the San Francisco Chronicle. The Chicago Sun-Times. The Sacramento Bee. Reputable newspapers. Are you afraid of them? Forbes, Time, The Atlantic, some of the reputable European newspapers and journals."

Reputable = liberal/progressive? I don't know the ed. position of the Seattle papers, but I suspect them to be on the left as they are in Seattle. All the other named titles, perhaps excepting Forbes, are all left leaning. The LA Times ceased to be paper worth reading years ago, except for the very occasional investigative series.

I notice that you did leave off The Wall Street Journal. They have well thought out, and well written editorials, and columnists of all stripes, but mostly lean right. Could it be because the ownership is Murdoch, although the paper is still run as if it were owned by Dow Jones.? Hmmm?


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