One of the daily newspaper’s resident liberal harpies is taking leave. Kathleen Ingley, who is renown for taking leave of her senses, is actually retiring.
Here in her final disconnected Quick Hit, she chastises Americans for disengaging and “failing to grasp how much their world is shaped by letting others do the deciding for them.”
Obviously she’s referring to conservatives and not to her own skewed spew that she has worked so diligently to disseminate to the Republic’s few remaining readers. This linked WSJ report chronicles the steep decline of Gannett, the Republic’s parent company.