The Daily Insult, known as the Arizona Republic in a previous incarnation, barely clings to life, with a sports section that is heftier than the news portion in actual content — excluding hearing aid and erectile dysfunction ads aimed at its remaining aged subscribers. The virtually non-existent Monday edition was introduced in 2008 by saying it was customized for readers on the busiest day of the week. The price has continued to increase as the newspaper has withered.
An informative report is Peter Cohan‘s, “Reasons Why Gannett Stock Has Yet To Find A Bottom,” which appeared in Forbes.
SRAZ has frequently written about the emaciated local newspaper, the open borders, Hillary-endorsing, Periódico de la República de Arizona which has shrunken in physical size, staff and content, and is now reliant on ASU student interns and purchased content.
Sunday’s edition ran a lengthy “Viewpoints” piece titled, “How did Arizona become purple?” written by the man who has been committed to pouring blue dye on red Arizona, which is the sole reason the newspaper elevated him to guest columnist status. Once the executive director of the Arizona Republican Party, he is now a full-fledged turncoat registered as PND, Party Not Declared. He also changed the toxic name (his) of his company to one suggesting dignity.
In 2016 Arizona gave all 11 of its electoral votes to Donald Trump. As much as it rankles those still running the newspaper, he remains immensely popular, drawing massive crowds to his appearances — here and nationwide. Leftists are working double time to impeach him, but the American people, who have benefited from his policies, see through the charade.
The Washington Examiner lists President Donald Trump’s 319 ‘results’ and promises kept in three years. The list follows an excellent report.