By Arthur Alpert I like to read about ideas. The Albuquerque Journal necessarily deals with some but its range is narrow – in particular with ideas on business and political economy. It isn’t easy figuring out why the Journal’s marketplace is so bare, but let’s start with its choice of syndicated columnists. Here’s the list [...]
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June 28th, 2012 · No Comments · economy, journalism, role of government, tax policy, Uncategorized
February 23rd, 2011 · 2 Comments · Uncategorized
By Arthur Alpert I’ve often written about the Journal’s habit of publishing mild “liberal” opinions from national commentators (e.g., E. J. Dionne Jr., Eugene Robinson) on its Op Ed pages. Stronger pro-middle class statements rarely make the paper. And I’ve pointed to Journal editors’ proclivity for topping those liberal Op Ed columns with dull, senseless, [...]
September 16th, 2009 · No Comments · health care reform
By Tracy Dingmann Ah, Cal Thomas – just one member of the deep bench of reliably conservative syndicated columnists run by the Albuquerque Journal. He’s been writing a long, long time. Maybe too long. Because he misses the point entirely in his Aug. 15 column headlined “Only Obama Can Call Pants-on-Fire,” (print edition only) about [...]