The New York Times is a funny paper. The further you get from the political, the more honest and better it gets. So they will run a nice article on the jobs situation, say and it will be correct and accurate as long as there is no apparent to connection to policy. And then run stories that are inaccurate about the policies that create the problem and a Krugman editorial that lapses into pure fantasy. This split personality problem has been the norm at the NY Times for as long as I can remember.
Rainbows and unicorn farts – by William Lehman
I get the free download of the New York Times. Why? Well, because I am not about to give those idiots any of my money, but it is worthwhile to keep up on what my political opponents say/believe. Every once in a while it leaves me with dents in my walls, and corresponding bumps in my head, because face palms just aren’t enough for the stupid. One catastrophically stupid article I expect, (and am almost never disappointed) but two or more, well… Today was one of those days.
Let’s start with an article on Graduation rates being up, but the product being unsatisfactory… http://www.nytimes.com/2015/12/27/us/as-graduation-rates-rise-experts-fear-standards-have-fallen.html?emc=edit_th_20151227&nl=todaysheadlines&nlid=28200476 Look these folks obviously thought Garrison Keiller’s radio program was a f*cking documentary. You remember Lake Wobegone, “where all of the children are above average?” We have been pushing for a one hundred percent graduation rate for…
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