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Posted on December 21 at 10:29 a.m.
What's interesting is that NOT A SINGLE major new source is covering this "victory" of a vindictive news publisher. Apparently a walk-out by a newsroom of profession journalists claiming ethical interference and intimidation on the part of their publisher is of nationwide interest. It made many headline. However, a billionaire's hollow victory as the result of endless litigation and the biased ruling by all GOP appeals court, seems to be of NO INTEREST AT ALL to the press McCaw is feigning to be protecting in the name of free speech. I believe McCaw thought she would be boosted onto the shoulders of Karl Rove and carried about the Capitol to the cheers of a Tea Party Congress. Guess what, people see this "victory" for what is it: bought, bogus bit of horsepucky from a purveyor of frivious lawsuits.
On Mark One for McCaw
Posted on December 21 at 10:12 a.m.
[Oblati aka Scott Steepleton wrote;]"There was no integrity in how Josh Molina wrote his biased articles. There was no integrity in the style pages when Gina was trotting out all her friends gal parties and uber-rich playgrounds. Barney's trite homespun favored any progressive party rally he could find, so no loss there either."
And when the News Press' co-publisher's boozy buddy Peter Lance writes sixty pages front page personal attack on a Santa Barbara police officer (included pilfering her wedding photos to smear on the seamy pages of the News Press) to try and duck a DUI ticket, that ISN'T biased journalism? Get off your high (and delusional) horse, Creepleton.
Posted on December 19 at 11:40 p.m.
I think what is really interesting is that "the best newspaper in the country" only has 11 people even interested in commenting on it. Bwaahahahhah.
"Best newspaper in the country." I think you could remove an "r" from "country" and still be wrong.
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