A correspondent writes regarding the delightful (precipitous!) circulation declines at the propaganda rags:
In the 1978-1983 period, I read up to 7 newspapers a day. They all had the same editorial policy.In the past few years, I have tried subscribing to WSJ, Forbes, Fortune, Wired, and Oil & Gas Investor. All completely worthless. (Of course we know the Economist is worthless.)
We canceled our daily Star-Tribune newspaper years ago. Since then, I do not read newspapers. We did not upgrade to HDTV, either. A while ago, we threw out our old TV.
Two problems for paper media: one, the annoying leftist bias and ignorance since everything is written by journo majors; two, the information is stale by the time it reaches your doorstep.