Entries Tagged as 'Wall Street Journal'

Another Case of Selective Scrutiny

July 16th, 2012 · No Comments · economy, financial coverage, journalism, tax policy

By Arthur Alpert I get lots of information from the Albuquerque Journal’s daily business page and Business Outlook, as well as an occasional smile. Mostly, I learn from the beat reporters what Albuquerque and New Mexico businesses are doing and how businessmen view the economy and their markets. There are also items on job moves, […]

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More Skewing the News by Omission

March 22nd, 2012 · No Comments · Uncategorized

By Arthur Alpert Welcome to another installment in our series, “Skewing the News by Omission” (link, link), wherein we add a few new stories to the list of those the Albuquerque Journal finds unprintable. Let’s do that through the eyes of a hypothetical reader who trusts the editors. We’ll call him or her the Poor […]

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Return to Form

November 4th, 2011 · No Comments · health care reform

By Arthur Alpert Well, it certainly didn’t take long for the Albuquerque Journal to return to form. Last week I applauded the newspaper’s October 27 issue, which lacked twisted headlines and contained the kind of information its editors usually ignore. It was like reading a Journal from another dimension. But only a day later, the […]

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