I'm going to have at this one as it needs some TLC, help is appreciated.Samwell 23:40, 16 August 2007 (EDT) On second thought, this is more of an essay than I cannot salvage into a coherent article.Samwell 00:08, 17 August 2007 (EDT)
- I was just thinking that! It sounds like an English 101 essay, even 1.5 years later. Let's see what can be done.JParker 23:22, 3 February 2009 (EST)
I don't know how a paper is "liberal" or "conservative". Could someone who is a student of journalism, or who just knows about this stuff write a sentence or two about what factors make a paper "liberal" or "conservative?". I know that one clear example would be who the paper supports for president. What other things are included. Thanks!--JeanJacques 16:50, 30 October 2008 (EDT)
This section makes me chuckle a little. My opinion is that this section lowers the encyclopedia-ness of the article more than the others. And the last part, "...fewer young people will read them." shows who the audience of this article may be. I'm not sure how to reword this paragraph and I don't want to risk getting in trouble by removing the whole thing entirely--what I think should be done.
Somenoe with a better grasp on the English language, help! Thanks JParker 23:38, 3 February 2009 (EST)
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