All the News That (We See) Fit to Print
Reading the Sunday New York Times was always a ritual for me, beginning in my 20s. I’d typically spend about two hours combing through news, the arts, sports, book reviews, and so forth. It was liberal but fair.
Today, nearly every story from news to weather, sports to the arts, is radically leftest and concludes by taking a shot at conservatives and those “on the right.” Passion is fine, but not when it shuts out reason, not when your “cause” refuses to omit other views. Sometimes their charges and critique are valid in my view, but he problem is that they present no other view. Their op ed pieces, guest columnists, even their letters to the editor are are reflective of identical Kool-Aid.
Today, I spend about 40 minutes with Sunday Times. The “newspaper of record” has become a broken record.
No one listened to Chicken Little.