So wait, the NY Times sends out a reporter to write the first of a series of pieces on the impact of our nation's economic crisis, he speaks with a well-known dairyman and just what about that 1,620-word epic was news?
Please, go read the piece, I did, three or four times. Vevoda and his family are getting hit hard. The other dairymen are getting hit hard. They are all struggling to pay bills.
There is nothing, absolutely nothing in that piece that gave us some new insight, a new piece of information regarding Ghilarducci's financial shenanigans, how it happened, what happened and how it's going to be fixed.
The only thing compelling, at least in Burstiner's view, is that it was written by an employee of the august NY Times and therefore vastly outstrips the T-S in its coverage. I wonder where the NY Times writer got his tip?
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Sep 29, 2016
vol XXVII issue 39
The Last Days of the Budget Motel
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