How to determine the political stance of a newspaper

Commentary and editing by Jim Campbell

The news paper has become an anachronism, much like the buggy whip was rendered use less with the advent of the automobile.  Losing advertising revenues and having a dwindling subscriber base; they now for the most part depend upon digital equivalents brought to the reader on the Internet.  Their revenue adds that are annoying to be clicked on.  How often does the reader bother with that?

By the time it reaches the news stand or one’s door it is no longer news.  Of course the real story lies with their agenda, telling us things that are usually untrue while failing to tell us about that which is that “they deem”  we aren’t smart enough to understand.   Has anyone figured out yet that Lee Harvey Oswald didn’t Assassinate President JFK?   If you have doubtlessly it came from your own desire for the truth.

Employment numbers, just another obfuscation using phony numbers

1. The Wall Street Journal is read by the people who run the country. (Pay heed, they make the money, understand capitalism, are frequently denigrated for doing so.  (They are among the “Evil Rich” who don’t pay their “Fair Share” by sanctimonious politically correct progressives who believe the can decide what is “fair.”  One of my favorite is the so-called “windfall profit, enough, you hate profit of any kind and fail to realize the taxes paid upon profits all you to work in an over paid, unionized job)

 2. The Washington Post is read by people who think they run the country. (Actually they are in the positions to do so but reading the tripe within and living in the beltway bubble they are incapable of leading a brownie troop.) Those in the know have switched to the Washington Times for the real story and not fantasy and illusion.)

 3. The New York Times is read by people who think they should run the country and who are very good at crossword puzzles. (For the most part it serves as the bird-cage liner, fish wrapper, and puppy house trainer for those that want their friends to think they are elitist and special.)

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