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Hey everybody, we're going on vacation!

Since our first post on Jan. 29, 2017 until today, the staff at The Shinbone Star has been working hard — some say too hard — to bring you up-to-the-minute coverage as America spirals into the abyss.  403 more words

At Chicago Sun-Times, New Owners Vow Return to Paper’s Working-Class Roots

Despite the pledge, some in the nation’s third-largest city worry that The Sun-Times, now partly owned by trade unions, will veer from its tradition of covering them aggressively. 79 more words

NYT

Old Newspaper Article - Cashing In On Cyberspace

This was originally shared on Mark Lyndersay’s social stream as a newspaper scan. I am reformatting it to share on my blog here. It is nice to look back at how things used to be. 741 more words

Trinidad

Manufactured news for hire?, Yes it is new media normal, No it is not new, Woodward and Bernstein's work lionized and taken to new levels in Obama era, "1984" provided both playbook and warning

Manufactured news for hire?, Yes it is new media normal, No it is not new, Woodward and Bernstein’s work lionized and taken to new levels in Obama era, “1984” provided both playbook and warning… 2,265 more words

Barack Obama

Common Sense? It's Not Rocket Science!

The mad, sad, bad world of Britain in 2017 was summed up for me by two tales of crass stupidity. You may have read about them. 654 more words

Loudshirts Blog

Springtime for The Donald -- Denigrating the press

EDITOR’S NOTE: Last of a five-part series examining the ease with which all that we hold dear can be hijacked and turned against us in the blink of an eye.  1,686 more words

Grant Memorial Poem: "Our Dead General"

Our final Grant memorial poem from the Albany Evening Journal comes from August 4, 1885. The original poem appeared on page 3 of the paper, written by someone using the pen name “ 185 more words

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