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"The problem with newspapers (and I'm a former newspaper editor and publisher) is that you folks think we can't detect when your news columns are being used to foist your agenda on us.
We're much smarter than you think we are, and that you think we're dumb merely reveals your arrogance. So, while we are not necessarily cheering your demise, we're snickering because you're getting what's coming to you.
We see you bashing conservatives, while liberals committing similar sins go un-commented upon. We're not stupid. We know that you are the "deciders" about what's news and what's swept under the rug. You tell us often enough.
So, we've moved on. Opinions are a dime a dozen. I can find myriad voices online to feed me my opinion back to me. If you think I'm going to pay money for yours, you're sadly mistaken. Your just one voice amongst thousands of them out there. Why should I pay good money for your opinion?
You also forgot that half your advertisers are conservatives who have decided maybe they don't want to fund your little Democrat Party Propoganda sheet any longer, and so they've found other more creative ways to spend their ad budgets.
If you tell people to f*ck off enough times, they eventually will, taking their ad revenue with them.
Good luck in your retirement. I suspect that if it took you this long to finally detect the desire amongst your few remaining subscribers for "just the facts" that it's far too late to save you.