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they have a bias. but unlike other publications, they usually tell you what their bias is
Have you ever read the magazine? It consistently endorse Tories
Do people still like Sean Hannity's schtick?

I tried listening to his radio show again recently and it's just the same sound bytes over and over again replayed day after day. Sometimes he adds new segments but if you listen to it live for the full length of the show it's like 30 minutes of content stretched out into 3 days worth of show.

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any good deals for wsj these days?
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Local newspaper is a better value as toilet paper. LMAO
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Does this stack with cash back portals?
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It is pretty much regular price on this.

Good unbiased paper though
unbiased? It depends... especially when it comes to politics and social issues.
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unbiased? It depends... especially when it comes to politics and social issues.
they have a bias. but unlike other publications, they usually tell you what their bias is
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I'm still waiting on Bloomberg Businessweek years ago there was always deals now nothing!
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"The Ecommunist."
Unfortunately, yes. Fearing a similar fate as most newspapers, About a decade ago they stopped hiring Econ-oriented talent and started hiring writers without an Econ background, believing that it would make a dry publication more accessible.

The content slanted according, but the letters to the editor were incredibly entertaining as the more literate, loyal subscribers regularly savaged the "new and improved" staff's work.

Today, with a few still notable exceptions, most of the publication is just sad. For the right price, if you have the patience to pick and choose it can still be a decent read.

My 200 (formerly 2) cents.
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When Hannity writes a rag., I'll subscrib then.
Do people still like Sean Hannity's schtick?

I tried listening to his radio show again recently and it's just the same sound bytes over and over again replayed day after day. Sometimes he adds new segments but if you listen to it live for the full length of the show it's like 30 minutes of content stretched out into 3 days worth of show.
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