Atlanta’s The Sunday Paper has a cover story that, in the print edition at least, bizarrely claims that “moderates are tuning out the partisan cable news networks.” A quick check to the Tuesday June 3rd (the very last primary night) viewing stats shows anything but such a whoppingly off base and densely-presented claim.
Guess these things can happen when you have print-minded people attempting to report about the broadcast media. Come to think about it, I have never met a single print political reporter who ever watched ANY political broadcast news in any form or fashion on a regular basis. Mostly, printees are so disdainful of the broadcast medium they tend to brag, yes brag, about how they never, ever watch TV news. Nor am I the only one to notice this disdain.
Careful if you see a The Sunday Paper cover claiming low voter turnout in ‘08.
Patrick Best did a guest column for the fishwrapper once. He said that if we had to, America would definitely go back to Vietnam.
The Sunday Paper is a load of right wing drivel. Stepanie Ramage is one of the least coherent writers I know of.
It is a free paper that is worth what it costs.
Thanks for reading.