Newspaper insert takes its lead from the previous day’s editorial page

At least we know there is one person at the Las Vegas Sun insert in the morning newspaper that is reading the editorial page of the Review-Journal and taking it to heart.

It can’t be a coincidence can it?

Back on the 20th of December, the R-J published an editorial referencing an article in The New York Times from four days earlier about Harry Reid ramrodding through $22 million in secret funds for the purpose of researching UFOs. The next day the Sun published that week-old NYT story on its cover.

On Monday the R-J published an editorial referencing an NYT article from the previous Saturday about the regulatory burden being heaped on apple growers by federal agencies. Today the Sun printed that same story on the cover. Perhaps they have finally found their niche — being a helpful supplement to the actual newspaper.

Or, once Pavlov rang the bell his dogs salivated.

One comment on “Newspaper insert takes its lead from the previous day’s editorial page

  1. Bill Shuster says:

    “Or, once Pavlov rang the bell his dogs salivated”
    Love that last line! Applies to so much of today’s NEWS AND FALSE NEWS. On occasion I will watch one local channel for 4PM news and then switch to another for the 5PM “dog and pony” show and except for the order of selection, there are the same lies. National liars do it the same way. I wonder exactly who it is that produces the directive every day?

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