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He makes a very valid point about media and liberalism, one I've been making to my more conservative friends for quite a while now. Journalism as a career tends to attract liberals. I'm making a very generalized statement, and yes there are some very good conservative journalists. But all in all, most Journalists get into the business to help enlighten the world, to change the world for what they perceive is a better way. These are people who do lean liberal. But, and hear this very carefully, most good journalists realize their only real stock in trade is their reputation for fairness and honesty. They work very hard to report the news as they see it, verifying facts, double or triple sourcing what they put on the air or in print. I don't know the standards at NJ.com, but I know the standards where I work. I'm proud of the work the journalists I support do. And I know they do all they can to present a fair and balanced reporting of the day's news.



Not impressed. F that guy and bring back the comments. Ban all opinion pieces and just report the news.

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He makes a very valid point about media and liberalism, one I've been making to my more conservative friends for quite a while now. Journalism as a career tends to attract liberals. I'm making a very generalized statement, and yes there are some very good conservative journalists. But all in all, most Journalists get into the business to help enlighten the world, to change the world for what they perceive is a better way. These are people who do lean liberal. But, and hear this very carefully, most good journalists realize their only real stock in trade is their reputation for fairness and honesty. They work very hard to report the news as they see it, verifying facts, double or triple sourcing what they put on the air or in print. I don't know the standards at NJ.com, but I know the standards where I work. I'm proud of the work the journalists I support do. And I know they do all they can to present a fair and balanced reporting of the day's news.

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This is an amazing admission by a a senior executive at the Ledger (nj.com). Desperation is clearly setting in as circulation is in a serious decline.

Take a few minutes to read it:

https://www.nj.com/news/2020/05/we-wan ... oing-to-address-that.html

The Brave New World rolls on...or over.

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THANK YOU "999JOE". BE SAFE. "ThaWheelman."

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Another example of the left falling into socialism which is the next step to communism. There is no free speech under communism.

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Hey nj com open up your internet comments. Shut them down after this coronavirus emergency stabilizes. As with other nj emergency situations like storm snows, flooding, or the JC mass shooting people were getting very useful information from other’s comments.

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NJ.COM SHOULD REMOVE THEMSELVES !!!!!!!!!!!!!!



I agree 100%

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NJ.COM SHOULD REMOVE THEMSELVES !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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You can place a call at CSPAN's WASHINGTON jOURNAL any day of the year but nothing beats a Letter to the Editor. The media cabals fear the public voice.

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The left wing media shutdown comments section, thus free speech, in most online publications years ago. I am sure they were more butt hurt about the online critiques related to the quality of writing, use of grammar and being called out for disguising advertising as "new stories".

The straw that broke the opinion censor's back was the disappearance of the poor little girl Dulce Alvarez in South Jersey. When they shut down the comments to that story, people would post their comments in other comment sections. People did not believe the narrative spun by the teenage mother nor the way the story was being covered.

I am frankly surprised the NYT still has a comments section.


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Left wing media???? Most reputable media I know is mainstream. When I see comment sections rife with comments like yours, I understand why the media is closing them down.



Shutting down the public comments sections started with leftwing websites like Salon, HuffPo and Daily Beast and eventually spread to CNN, MSNBC etc. all under the guise of stopping racism. The rare exceptions today are NYT, Politico and???

Just go to the left leaning Yahoo News, fortunately their comment section remains open, but almost all the "opinion" or "news" links they direct traffic to are no longer open forums.

I am not sure why you got your panties in a bunch over what I wrote... but I am sure you miss the good old days reading the Letters to the Editor in the SL. Free speech was so much easier to control.

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I used to be active on their Jersey City forums way back in the late '90s to early '00s. Some of the "editing" there reached comical levels.

After the 9/11 attacks, a number of people started posting about Golan Cipel's appointment by Gov. McGreevey in a post that had to do with anti-terrorism / home security, etc.

The forum administrators would aggressively delete any and all references to Cipel. Certain posters would just keep posting his name just to see how quickly the posts would get deleted.

It was only after the whole mess of "I am a Gay American!" McGreevey broke nationally that the deletions stopped and people were allowed to talk about the Cipel's role in the McGreevey administration. Cipel had high tailed it to Israel at that point.

Note: For anyone that followed NJ politics closely at the time.. McGreevey being gay was the worst kept secret in Trenton. Nobody cared...

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Since NJ.com shut the comments down Im looking for a new home.

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Actually, nicky, the Jersey Journal are not posting the snarky comments people are making similar to your snarky remarks. The paper is posting my "letter to the editor" which is on their website. I use a real name not a phony to post my comments. They are trying to get rid of people like you.

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The left wing media shutdown comments section, thus free speech, in most online publications years ago. I am sure they were more butt hurt about the online critiques related to the quality of writing, use of grammar and being called out for disguising advertising as "new stories".

The straw that broke the opinion censor's back was the disappearance of the poor little girl Dulce Alvarez in South Jersey. When they shut down the comments to that story, people would post their comments in other comment sections. People did not believe the narrative spun by the teenage mother nor the way the story was being covered.

I am frankly surprised the NYT still has a comments section.


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Left wing media???? Most reputable media I know is mainstream. When I see comment sections rife with comments like yours, I understand why the media is closing them down.

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The left wing media shutdown comments section, thus free speech, in most online publications years ago. I am sure they were more butt hurt about the online critiques related to the quality of writing, use of grammar and being called out for disguising advertising as "new stories".

The straw that broke the opinion censor's back was the disappearance of the poor little girl Dulce Alvarez in South Jersey. When they shut down the comments to that story, people would post their comments in other comment sections. People did not believe the narrative spun by the teenage mother nor the way the story was being covered.

I am frankly surprised the NYT still has a comments section.


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NJ.com removing comments from site on Thursday

Updated 9:05 AM; Today 8:00 AM (2/25/2020)
By Kevin Whitmer | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

Twenty-four years ago, we launched New Jersey Online in the middle of a crippling snowstorm. Today, we’re known as NJ.com and we are the largest news and information site in New Jersey, averaging more than 1 million unique visitors each day.

https://www.nj.com/news/2020/02/njcom- ... rom-site-on-thursday.html

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Ahhhh if they were only reading Clifford the Big Dog.


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Wow. Catholic priests abuse kids, and Planned Parenthood exists, therefore drag queens shouldn't be allowed to read Clifford the Big Red Dog to a room full of families.

Makes sense.

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Wow. Catholic priests abuse kids, and Planned Parenthood exists, therefore drag queens shouldn't be allowed to read Clifford the Big Red Dog to a room full of families.

Makes sense.

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She'll post it on the Hudson Reporter!

https://hudsonreporter.com/2020/02/24/ ... tory-hour-in-jersey-city/


Setting aside the matter of the god-awful, headache-inducing atrocious grammar, can someone please explain what is non-biological adult? Is it a cyborg? Or, perhaps a T-1000 sent back from the future?

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Oh noes! Where will Yvonne post her bigoted garbage now? I guess she’ll be posting here more often then. All the retired losers sitting at home and collecting government pensions will have to complain about Phil Murphy and government spending on Nextdoor.

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Updated 9:05 AM; Today 8:00 AM (2/25/2020)
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Twenty-four years ago, we launched New Jersey Online in the middle of a crippling snowstorm. Today, we’re known as NJ.com and we are the largest news and information site in New Jersey, averaging more than 1 million unique visitors each day.

https://www.nj.com/news/2020/02/njcom- ... rom-site-on-thursday.html


Guess they're gonna try to pack the public's anonymous racism up and hide it.

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NJ.com removing comments from site on Thursday

Updated 9:05 AM; Today 8:00 AM (2/25/2020)
By Kevin Whitmer | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

Twenty-four years ago, we launched New Jersey Online in the middle of a crippling snowstorm. Today, we’re known as NJ.com and we are the largest news and information site in New Jersey, averaging more than 1 million unique visitors each day.

https://www.nj.com/news/2020/02/njcom- ... rom-site-on-thursday.html

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