More Trouble for Print?

There was a small item buried in the New York Times yesterday. Man Sues Hotel Over 75-Cent Newspaper “A California man is suing the Hilton Hotels Corporation for charging him 75 cents for a copy of the USA Today newspaper that he did not request, according to a complaint filed last week in federal court in San Francisco. The man, Rodney Harmon More...

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By Captain Edward John Smith On Sunday, July 31st, 2011

The East is Read

by Captain Edward John Smith As part of the long, painful spiral that magazines and newspapers are in, the genre known as “Shelter” magazines have not been immune.  In this country, Domino, Metropolitan More...

By Russell Halley On Thursday, July 21st, 2011

We Just Can’t Understand Why MSNBC’s Credibility and Ratings Are So Low

So Contessa Brewer makes a complete fool out of herself – but does that make her stop and think?  Not at all. Although her sparring partner, Republican Congressman Morris Jackson “Mo” Brooks of More...

How to marry a suicide bomber
By Captain Edward John Smith On Wednesday, July 20th, 2011
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Al Queda’s Media Empire

Interested in how to attract a terrorist husband?  At a time when many western magazines are retrenching or even discontinuing, those whacky guys in the “New Media” department of Al-Queda have just More...