Tag Archives: New York Times

All the News That Fits

In 1897, Adolph Ochs, the owner of the New York Times, created the newspaper’s slogan “All the News That’s Fit to Print” – and that’s still on the masthead of the physical newspaper today – but not the online version of course. … Continue reading

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The Naughty Flamethrower

Things sort themselves out without any real agreement. Anyone who’s even vaguely conservative watches Fox News – run by Roger Ailes, who had been Richard Nixon’s media advisor and seems to be still at it, making unpleasant and shifty Republican … Continue reading

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Longing for Vigilantes

It’s good to know someone in the news business, like Rick, the News Guy in Atlanta – he was part of the team that founded CNN way back when, after he had earlier worked for Roger Ailes, and Rick established … Continue reading

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