Arizona República on sale

It’s no secret the conservative hating Periódico de la República de Arizona (Arizona Republic) is in its death throes. We’ve written about its convulsive travails countless times.

Now adding further credibility to its obvious decline, the newspaper is on sale. Okay, not the building itself, but access — as it offers either Monday through Sunday editions including “full access,”  just Wednesday and Sunday editions, also with full access or the digital e-newspaper alone — all discounted 67% off the regular rate! These are presented as “flexible delivery options to fit your lifestyle.”  In reality, what they are is life supporting oxygen.

Most often when the newspaper mentions “lifestyle” it is in the context of promoting the same sex agenda-driven propaganda so near and dear to the heart of Randy Lovely, chief editor and VP of News and the assenting staff.  This revolting kid glove treatment of a pedophile predator of underage boys is a case in point.

Were it not for the agendized advancement of homosexuality, a relentless push for amnesty for illegals and trouncing of Republicans, actual news would be difficult to locate. Today Linda Valdez frets about the cruelty of a border wall to stop illegal invaders. The República, fond of space-filling half page photos,  is supplied by USAToday, its Gannett sibling, and buys feed from Politico. It’s main concern these days is trying to hang on until the last old timer qualifying for retirement can beat it out the door.

Attempted resuscitation of the dying newspaper is delivered by way of a shouting oversized red banner,3 Months for the price of 1.” One can almost hear a newsboy of yore crying out, “Extree, extree read all about it!  Get yer paper here!”

Worthy of note is that this deal is only available as an inducement to new customers. Not a crumb of gratitude for the few loyal readers of the leftist rag.

5 Responses to Arizona República on sale

  1. Vinoaz says:

    Wonder how they would fare if they told the truth and had balanced impartial reporting. Doubt that is something they would consider. After all liberalism is a mental and moral disorder.

  2. Observer says:

    On sale, for sale….either way it doesn’t matter. Its glory days are behind the Arizona Republic. It’s a dying hulk that worked double time to deserve of its fate.

  3. eubykdisop says:

    Maybe if the Republic carried more news of this nature, instead of the Randy Lovely agenda, it’s circulation would increase.

    “After vote on gay youth, Scouts face more turmoil”

    “By DAVID CRARY, May 24”

    “Frankly, I can’t imagine a Southern Baptist pastor who would continue to allow his church to sponsor a Boy Scout troop under these new rules,” Richard Land, a senior Southern Baptist Conference official, told the SBC’s news agency, Baptist Press.”

    “Land advised Southern Baptist churches to withdraw their support of Scout troops and consider affiliating instead with the Royal Ambassadors, an existing SBC youth program for boys that combines religious ministry with Scouting-style activities.”

    “Baptist churches sponsor Scout units serving more than 100,000 of the BSA’s 2.6 million youth members.”

    “The Assemblies of God, which oversees units serving more than 2,000 Scouts, said it could no longer support such units and suggested its own Royal Rangers youth group as a “positive alternative.”

  4. eubykdisop says:

    Off Topic:

    It’s nice to know that in addition to calling Conservative legislators “wacko birds”, promoting “comprehensive immigration reform” and stating that only a minority of Senate Republicans oppose raising the debt ceiling, John McCain has risen to the defense of an Obama nominee linked to the Benghazi cover up.

    “McCain, Graham defend Obama State Dept. nominee linked to Benghazi”

    “By Julian Pecquet – 05/24/13”

    “Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Friday offered a preemptive defense of President Obama’s nominee to head European affairs at the State Department amid concerns about her role in the Benghazi talking points.”

    “Ambassador Victoria Nuland has a long and distinguished record of service to our nation in both Republican and Democrat Administrations,” they wrote. “She is knowledgeable and well-versed on the major foreign policy issues as well as respected by foreign policy experts in both parties. We look forward to her upcoming confirmation hearings in the United States Senate.”

    “The statement comes as Nuland’s role in crafting the talking points that cost U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice a shot at becoming Secretary of State has only recently come to light. Other vocal critics of the administration’s response to last year’s terrorist attack – notably Sens. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and James Inhofe (R-Okla.) – may yet decide to block her long-expected nomination.”

    “According to internal documents released by the White House last week, Nuland raised concerns about blaming the attack on al Qaeda linked militants, saying she had “serious concerns” about lawmakers “making assertions to the media that we ourselves are not making because we don’t want to prejudice the investigation.”

    “She also urged the talking points’ drafters to remove references to warnings of past attacks on the mission, saying those references could be used by lawmakers to attack the State Department.”

    “The penultimate point,” she wrote, “could be abused by Members to beat the State Department for not paying attention to Agency warnings so why do we want to feed that either? Concerned…”

  5. Vince says:

    The AZ Repulsive is completely worthless, and is no bargain even at this desperation deep discounted price. They could give it away free and it would still be ‘pass up’ material.