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Why The Wall Street Journal Is A Great Newspaper (Marathon Bombing Edition)

The Weekend Wall Street Journal featured a front-page piece that revealed a very different – and heart-wrenching – side of the Boston Marathon bombing for victims who lost limbs. Struggles of Boston Amputees Mount As Limelight Fades, Some Victims Feel Pressure … Continue reading

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Why The Wall Street Journal And The Boston Globe Are Great Newspapers (Norden Family Edition)

Monday’s Wall Street Journal and Boston Globe front pages featured his and her versions of the damage visited upon the Norden family by the Boston Marathon bombings. Boston Globe Page One (via the Globe’s ePaper):   WSJ Page One (via … Continue reading

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WSJ Left Hand, Meet WSJ Right Hand (Marathon Bomber Edition)

From our Right Hand Doesn’t Know What the Left Hand Is Doing desk Wall Street Journal columnist Bret Stephens, who’s damned good and has a newly minted Pulitzer to prove it, wrote this yesterday: The Evil in Boston Before we … Continue reading

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NYT Goes To War With WSJ

From our Campaign Outsider Blogeteria desk Monday’s New York Times gave a major facial to crosstown rival Wall Street Journal in this full-page ad targeted to potential advertisers: For the fine-print impaired: The Times’s U.S. audience across desktop, smartphone and … Continue reading

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