Tag Archives: Media

Make The Herald Great Again

Dan Kennedy has a few suggestions for making The Herald great again. Some are odd, like ditching the website, but this one is good. 3. Turn right. Despite the Herald’s reputation as a bastion of right-wing Trumpery, the paper’s editorial pages have long been rather staid and moderate. The right-wing reputation comes from a few of its news columnists, especially…

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Oh how the mighty pundits have fallen!

“Arthur Sulzberger Jr., the newspaper’s publisher, and Mark Thompson, its chief executive, said that in addition to the job cuts, NYT Opinion, a new mobile app dedicated to opinion content, was shutting down because it was not attracting enough subscribers.” The executives at the Times said: But they also said “they had decided to wind down NYT Opinion because…

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The Media after the Revolution

While Andrew Cuomo has been busy inviting right wing extremists (i.e. those who are pro-life, opposed to gay marriage and support the 2nd Amendment) to leave his fair state of New York so as not, one assumes, to befuddle the politically correct citizenry with Tea Party sedition, I for one have always felt that an occasional stroll out onto the…

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BHI among first sponsors of Real Clear Radio with Bill Frezza

REAL CLEAR RADIO HOUR WITH BILL FREZZA (Washington, DC, Jan. 16, 2014) – The Competitive Enterprise Institute, in partnership with RealClear, is pleased to announce the launch of RealClear Radio Hour with Bill Frezza. The program will air in Boston every Saturday at 10:00AM on Bloomberg’s WXKS 1200AM & WJMN 94.5FM-HD2, beginning this Saturday, January 18. Tune in Saturday…

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