Voice of the White House

January 27, 2018

Washington, D.C.:
In scanning the web looking for interesting stories to use, it is noted that the New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Indianapolis Star have been putting up paywalls. This means that one can download a limited number of free articles and to get more, one must subscribe to their system. This is because the print media is heading for oblivion as the public gets its news free from the Internet. Once the NYT had a limit of 20 stories a month. This was reduced to 10 stories a month as paid subscriptions melted away and now only 5 stories a month are free. The problem is that there is more immediate and less controlled information on the Internet and soon enough, the NYT will drop its limit to 2 a month. By that time, they will have two employees, one of whom doubles as a bun-puncher at McDonalds. If one wants to know what sort of propaganda the government has created to keep the tax-payers happy, read these papers. And ads that proclaim 'Only 4 cents a week!' are a farce because after two weeks, the prices leap upwards and credit cards are looted...