Enjoys Elci and puzzles in The Day but not much else
As someone who finds this newspaper as vile as much of today’s journalism unfortunately is, I nonetheless continue to spend (way too much) money purchasing it. It is good to know one’s enemy.
The articles contain obvious programming in what The Day wants readers to think and believe. I long to see a return to the ethics of true journalism where the facts alone are presented and the reader can come to whatever conclusion the reader chooses.
On rare occasions The Day publishes a more conservative viewpoint, such as Lee Elci's; something I can read all the way through without becoming nauseous. Thank you, Lee Elci for saying so eloquently what so many of us think. Thank you for bravely speaking the truth about the utter hypocrisy of the left.
Apparently, there are some who have made their demand clear to The Day: "Get rid of Lee Elci or we’re outta here!" Wow! One out of every 500 pieces of writing is from the other side and they can’t deal.
By the way, the real reason I buy the Day is the puzzles, to which I am hopelessly addicted. Lose the 7 Little Words and you lose me!
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