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Saturday, April 25, 2009

Like I Said Wednesday, The Times Is Going.. Going... Gone

On Wednesday I wrote this quick note with a little Photoshop symbolizing the Owner Aurthur "Pinch" Sultzburger Jr taking a dive off the top of his now mortgaged to the hilt building along with the dive his stock took as well...

Going Going Gone.......So it's "See 'ya and I wouldn't wanna be ya' " at the NYT..

The sooner this once proud now sad left wing rag hits the bottom, a better place the world will be. These people have been a sore on the United States for a long time now since divulging national security secrets during the Bush administration it's been all downhill and should have been the end then...

so how fitting will it be to see them fold up their tent under a democratic turned Socialist Regime... Too rich, and we'll see Ya on the way down Pinch and friends....

Well today I'm in decent company as Bill O'Reilly's column is dedicated to the soon to be death of the Slimes and as I said with state that once proud American paper who's motto was "All the news fit to print" and known as the paper of record has become even lower than bird cage liner and is finally washed up just like every liberal run business and city across the nation today all going belly up for one reason and one reason only.

Liberalism is the stuff of dreams and doesn't work in the real world, never did and never will.

The End of Times?
The Patriot WWTC Minneapolis-St. Paul: "The nation's largest left-wing newspaper and the bible for network news producers and bookers may be going under. This week, The New York Times announced more staggering losses: nearly $75 million dollars in the first quarter alone. The New York Post is reporting that the Times Company owes more than $1 billion and has just $34 million in the bank.

A few months ago, the company borrowed $250 million from Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim at a reported 14 percent interest rate. With things going south fast, pardon the pun, Slim might want to put in a call to Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr."

The spin from Sulzberger is that the Internet is strangling the newspaper industry, and there is some truth to that. Why read an ideologically crazed paper when you can acquire a variety of information on your computer? But other papers are not suffering nearly as much as the Times, so there must be more to it.

There is no question that the Times has journalistic talent. This week the paper won five Pulitzers. It's true that the Pulitzer people favor left-wing operations (the past eight Pulitzer Prizes for commentary have gone to liberal writers), but New York Times journalists often do good reporting.

The problem is that under Sulzberger and executive editor Bill Keller, the Times has gone crazy left, attacking those with whom the paper disagrees and demonstrating a hatred for conservatives (particularly President Bush) that is almost pathological. The Times features liberal columnists in every section of the paper, and they hit low, often using personal invective to smear perceived opponents.

That unfair and unbalanced approach has alienated a large number of readers and advertisers. According to a recent Fox News/Opinion Dynamics Poll, 46 percent of Americans define themselves as conservative. Just 34 percent say they are liberal. In this very intense marketplace, insulting half the country on a daily basis may not be a great business plan.

The Times company also has a major problem with The Boston Globe, which Sulzberger bought back in 1993. That paper is on the verge of bankruptcy and recently told its employees that it will cut their pay and health benefits. Since the Times and the Globe are big on "universal" health care, that caused some giggling in anti-Times precincts.

Over the past few months, newspapers in Chicago, Seattle, Minneapolis and Denver have either folded or filed for bankruptcy. With the exception of The Rocky Mountain News, all the papers were committed left-wing enterprises. The truth is that most Americans are traditional-minded folks. They believe their country is noble; they want respectful discourse. Fanaticism of any kind is not the American way.

The New York Times is most definitely a committed left-wing concern that is openly contemptuous of the conservative, traditional point of view. That is the primary reason the paper may soon dissolve. And all the cash in Carlos Slim's fat wallet is not going to change that.


The urge to save humanity is always a false front for the urge to rule it. H. L. Mencken


  1. Watch for the Times to ask for, (and possibly get) a 'bailout' from the lefty Congress. They will claim to be protecting our First Amendment rights.

  2. It's possible with these frickin crooks, we can't take anything for granted for sure.


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