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“It remains a sad episode that Secretary Clinton’s emails received more attention for the server on which they resided than for what they said about how she had done in her job.”
More money should go to news organizations directly — even if that means making hard choices.
News organizations can help prepare voters as they head to the polls.
“Behind all of the best press lawyers stand great reporters.”
“If it is, I hope we use the space freed up in our heads to learn some lessons from the craziness we have been through.”
“Any national donor large enough to put out press releases that issues one about making a bunch of $25,000 grants is either trying to fool other people or themselves.”
“Readers would be better served by less on the politics of how the government is being run and more on its actual running.”
“Publications whose economic survival depends entirely on giving readers what they want may shy from giving them anything they might not want, or might not like.”
“It is increasingly clear that the operation of the platforms, both from an antitrust perspective and even more importantly from the perspective of democratic governance, has received remarkably little scrutiny.”
“Where are the people getting their negative impressions of their new leader? They are getting them from the same press they say they do not trust.”