The former residents of my apartment were conservatives. (I washed every surface of the apartment before I moved in my stuff and now I am happy I did.) I know this because I still receive Republican campaign materials (which I happily recycle) and the woman of the house ordered the New York Sun.
For a few months it came intermittently to my door in the mornings and I would simply read the headlines and toss it on the free for all pile in the mail room on my way out the door. However for the past few days it has come consistently and thinking I could cash in on a free paper I picked it up and brought it on the subway this morning.
What an awful newspaper.
This rag carried editorials commending Bush's pardon of Libby, a condemnation of the NYC Fire Codes because of the unpatriotic ban of fireworks for the Fourth of July and an endorsements of
Then to the op-eds. We have Hillel Halkin asking why women's groups won't just deal with the fact the President of Israel pleaded to a lower charge and got away with rape and Jay Akasie discussing the arcane rules regarding the correct use of the American Flag. Perhaps as a way to keep the mixed marriages (liberals and conservatives bonded in holy matrimonial) together Cal Thomas says his "liberal friends love America as much as I do." Isn't that nice a message of co-exsitance burried under a pile of hatred?
I have already called to cancel my non-subscription.