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I'm one of those dinosaurs who still reads newspapers. I actually have four delivered to my home daily. In addition, as someone who works for a media company that shares a corporate identity with a daily newspaper, I have a vested interest in seeing newspapers succeed (or at least in seeing one local newspaper succeed).
Friday evening, my wife and I were having dinner with a friend in the bar area of one of our favorite restaurants. In between courses, we found ourselves glued to the television screen watching the ultimate capture of the second Boston Marathon bomber.
Earlier this week, I was extremely critical of the truly bizarre and extremely unfortunate decision by local television reporter Angelica Duria to do a promotional "Happy Dance" in the vicinity of a house fire where three small children lost their lives.
If crazy Keith Olbermann was still in a position to issue his "Worst Person in the World" awards, today would be a toss up between Channel 6 reporter Angelica Duria and her boss, WITI president and general manager Chuck Steinmetz.
In 2012, taxpayers shelled out approximately $80 billion to fund the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), more commonly known as "food stamps". The spending on food stamps has tripled in the last ten years and doubled since 2008.
It was one of the big lies the President told during the debate on Obamacare. You know, the one where the President claimed that "if you like your health insurance plan, you can keep your health insurance plan".