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Most News Media Offer You the Equivalent of Fast Food

Most News Media Offer You the Equivalent of Fast Food January 30, 2013

It’s news that’s whipped up and slapped on a plate quickly for you to consume swiftly and uncritically. The great thing about the NY Times is that it offers you finely *aged* news, such as the Times recent leisurely discovery that there are lawsuits–rather a lot of them actually–against the HHS mandate and that things haven’t been going swimmingly for the God King. Rubbing its eyes, the Times even begins to notice that the Mandate could present some sort of basic challenge to the First Amendment.

It’s the kind of johnny on the spot reportage that continue to distinguish the Grey Lady from the rest of the pack.

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