Entries Tagged as 'Congress'

Unflattering Comparison: The Journal’s Treatment of Immigration Story vs. That of Real Newspapers

August 4th, 2014 · No Comments · Congress, Fact Check, immigration, journalism

By Arthur Alpert Remember that old Albuquerque Journal hand who told me I was too quick to finger management’s political commissars for what was wrong at the daily. My informant advised that a lot of mistakes could be laid at the door of young, inexperienced staffers. I’ve not forgotten and sometimes the Old Hand is […]

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Journal Gives Us Ideology, Not Ideas

March 2nd, 2011 · 1 Comment · Uncategorized

By Arthur Alpert It’s Wednesday morning, March 3, and the Albuquerque Journal has yet to take notice of a warning that big cuts in federal spending advocated by Congressional Republicans would, if enacted, cost 700,000 jobs. The Washington Post story on economist Mark Zandi’s report ran Monday. Nor has the Journal mentioned last week’s Goldman […]

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