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Nolte: Disgraced Media Already Hit with Massive Layoffs in 2018

By the time President Trump’s presidency is over, one of the biggest pieces of fake news we will look back on is when we were told by the media that Trump was good for the media business. According to what is happening in a place called the real world, the truth is that business for the media is horrible.

Freshly printed copies of the San Francisco Chronicle move on an overhead conveyor belt November 8, 2009 in Fremont, California. One month after the San Francisco Chronicle saw its circulation drop 26 percent, the biggest decline of any major U.S. newspaper, the struggling paper became the first daily general newspaper …

Flashback: Chicago Tribune Warned of Dangers of Gun Bans in 2010

On March 04, 2010, the Chicago Tribune reported that the hallmark of municipal gun bans was a sharp increase in death rates, and it suggested the reason for the rise in fatalities was because bans affect law-abiding citizens rather than criminals.

FILE - In this Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013 file photo, a Glock representative explains features of the Glock 37 Gen 4 .45 caliber pistol at the 35th annual SHOT Show, in Las Vegas. After struggling to sway both state and federal lawmakers, proponents of expanding background checks for gun sales …

Bloodbath: ‘Los Angeles Times’ To Cut 10% of Staff

While it may be impossible to believe that an upstanding newspaper like The Los Angeles Times, a trusted and beloved publication that describes half-black men as “white supremacists,” is having financial troubles, the fact is that a bloodbath involving at

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Chicago Tribune: Gun Rights May Be an ‘Illusion’

In the ongoing effort to discredit the December PEW Research Poll that found 52 percent of Americans support the pursuit of gun rights, while only 46 support more gun control, the Chicago Tribune reported that gun rights may actually be nonexistent; they may actually be an “illusion.”

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USA Today, Chicago Tribune Editorial Boards To Boehner Ally Scalise: Resign

The editorial boards of two major newspapers, USA Today and the Chicago Tribune, have called on House Majority Whip Steve Scalise to resign his post in House GOP leadership after Speaker John Boehner and Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy came out in a last-ditch bid to save Scalise on Tuesday.