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I used to think the Wall Street Journal

2019-06-12 15:35:07.770956+00 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

I used to think the Wall Street Journal was right of center journalism. But between that editorial by the DA who prosecuted the Central Park Five and pimping perpetual motion machines, they've really given up any pretense of being fact-based, haven't they?

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#Comment Re: I used to think the Wall Street Journal made: 2019-06-13 21:46:15.735203+00 by: TheSHAD0W



#Comment Re: I used to think the Wall Street Journal made: 2019-06-17 13:36:43.18553+00 by: Dan Lyke

As a non-subscriber I can't read it, so didn't give them the clicks, but holy shit that opener...

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