Sunday, May 3, 2009

From the Sacramento Bee corrections dept...

The total audience at the Sacramento Bee hasn't grown as much as first reported. Here's the correction:
A business briefing item on Page B6 Tuesday about newspaper circulation trends incorrectly reported the increase in The Bee's total audience... The audience grew 3.7 percent over the past year.
The original report (cached here) said the Bee's total audience "jumped 21% from a year earlier."


Anonymous said...

No wonder these liars, cheats and phony’s meld so readily with the DNC.

“Truth to power” Yeah, I got you truth and power right here!

How’s that price increase working out for you?

I'm sure the correction was buried on page three. Why page three?

Their phony paper shrunk so much there are only four pages.

Anonymous said...

If advertisers only knew......

Anonymous said...

Pinch Sulzberger grovels before his Patron, The American Thinker

The New York Times must be getting increasingly desperate.

The publisher of the Times, Arthur Sulzberger, writes a paean in Time Magazine to Carlos Slim, the billionaire Mexican monopolist who threw the flailing Times a lifeline via a 250 million dollar loan earlier in the year.

This is a man who has set back development in Mexico by his monopoly (or near monopoly) of the telecommunications system in that nation. He has been milking his profits for decades, blocking technological development of competitors by using his influence with politicians. The Times has historically derided this type of crony capitalism, especially when it takes place in the developing world because of its effects on the poor.

Before Slim bought the obeisance of Pinch, the paper had run critical articles on him. Now Pinch's soul -- if he has one -- has been bought, lock, stock and barrel.

Behave now Pinch --you have a master, now. And it shows.

Here is Pinch at his most servile:

Anonymous said...


How Many Lies Will It Take, Part 2

In the first segment of 'How Many Lies Will It Take?' we examined the skill with which Barack Obama deceives the public using Orwellian 'newspeak.' Nuggets of truth are couched within falsehoods, the result of which is that the falsehoods appear truthful.

Part 2 of our consideration of this subject will chronicle the specific falsehoods told by Barack Obama and his Administration--falsehoods that are numerous and substantial.

Just what lies has he told?

Anonymous said...

Without the corrections, the Bee would be void of yet another page of interest. The crossword puzzle will be on the front page any day now.