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Civilians Who Run Full-Page Ads in the New York Times (WellsFargoGreed Edition)

The latest in our long-running series featuring people with all those dollars and no sense Apparently it wasn’t enough that Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Woodshed) blowtorched Wells Fargo (in the person of CEO John Stumpf) for its fiscal unfitness last month. Now comes this … Continue reading

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Civilians Who Run Full-Page Ads in the New York Times (Libertarian Presidential Candidate Edition)

From our Late to the Third Party desk In this forever series that features people with all those dollars and no sense, the adtracking staff has seen some deeply quixotic efforts to move – and move to action – New York Times readers. … Continue reading

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Civilians Who Run Full-Page Ads in the New York Times (DumpTrumper Josh Tetrick Edition)

Latest in an endless series from our All Those Dollars and No Sense desk When last we visited these precincts, a guy named Tom Blair ran a full-page four-color ad in the Times looking for the next Benjamin Franklin to run … Continue reading

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Civilians Who Run Full-Page Ads in the New York Times (ItsTheCourtStupid.com Edition)

The latest edition in our long-running series on people with all those dollars and no sense From yesterday’s New York Times:     That full-page ad features a certain Earle I. Mack’s piece from The Hill’s Congress Blog, self-described as “The Hill’s Forum … Continue reading

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Civilians Who Run Full-Page Ads in the New York Times (Benjamin Franklin Edition)

The hardworking staff’s long-running series has featured everyone from John Lennon-loving Yoko Ono to Broadway-loving Carole L. Haber. But this one’s a first. Yesterday’s full-page New York Times ad comes from none other than Ben Franklin. Close up: The man behind … Continue reading

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Civilians Who Run Full-Page Ads in the New York Times (Umpteenth Plus One Yoko Ono Edition)

Just about every year at Christmastime, Rift Beatle Yoko Ono runs holiday greetings in the New York Times. This year’s model:     ImaginePeace is still in the same place, if you want it. Then again, so is war. But there … Continue reading

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Civilians Who Run Full-Page Ads in the New York Times (Umpteenth Yoko Ono Edition)

Yoko Ono pays for full-page ads in the New York Times almost as often as Lord & Taylor does. So it was again yesterday, when the Rift Beatle ran this ad in the Times to mark John Lennon’s 75th birthday.   … Continue reading

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Civilians Who Run Full-Page Ads in the New York Times (Howard Jonas Edition)

From our endless series Funny how often these ads appear in the Saturday New York Times, which has the cheapest advertising rates for the week. Regardless . . . from Saturday’s Grey Lady:     Nuts to Obama graf:   … Continue reading

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Civilians Who Run Full-Page Ads in the New York Times (Michael Steinhardt – Again! – Edition)

The latest in our long-running series Yesterday’s New York Times featured yet another ad from Zionista Michael Steinhardt, whose previous Times ad (along with his various associations – see here and here) we dutifully noted last month. His current foray:     … Continue reading

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Civilians Who Run Full-Page Ads in the New York Times (Fracking Yoko Ono Edition)

The latest in our long-running series For years Beatles disruptor Yoko Ono has been a habitué of the New York Times advertising pages, and yesterday she added this to her portfolio. Drive Yoko nuts graf: Mandatory website: StopUnconstitutionalPipeline.org. (To be … Continue reading

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