Tough Times for Newspapers

Now they are forced to sell their access to the White House, Congress, and their reporters instead of ads.  How much for a pro-gun op-ed prominently placed in the Post?  Can we buy some positive coverage of the shooting sports in the sports section?  A great puff piece on Women on Target?  Can NRA get a non-profit discount?  Inquiring minds want to know!

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  1. I love watching them squirm over this. Their varying accounts vs. internal emails and now having to cancel the dinners…it’s a circus. I find it amazing that they thought for one second that this was acceptable. I’m looking forward to seeing if there’s any response from the White House and if WaPo’s access suffers for putting them in a terrible spot as well.

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