By Arthur Alpert I write today to praise salt. Physicians may decry its presence in our food, but it’s essential for reading our local newspaper. I prescribe great quantities to protect yourself, specifically, from the Associated Press product reproduced in the Albuquerque Journal daily – not grains of salt but volumes akin to what our [...]
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September 26th, 2012 · 1 Comment · health care reform, journalism
June 11th, 2012 · No Comments · health care reform, role of government, Uncategorized
By Arthur Alpert OK, it’s not on the top of the news agenda these days, but if you can put aside the presidential sparring, economy and Wisconsin recall for a moment, I’d like to remind you there’s still a war going on. I refer to the Albuquerque Journal’s long war on Obamacare, waged not just [...]
January 28th, 2011 · 1 Comment · Uncategorized
By Arthur Alpert I was asking here, back on Jan. 19, if the Journal was turning over a new leaf. For the previous day, it had published a wire story questioning the GOP claim that President Obama’s health care reform would cost jobs. True, you had to reach page C7 to find the McClatchy dispatch, [...]