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In response to “Unliking Facebook” (June 15, 2012 issue)

by Emil Kreider | Sep 18, 2012 | Uncategorized

In your article on Facebook in the June 15 issue, you state that the price of the stock was “artificially inflated by Morgan Stanley.” That turned out to be the case, de facto, in this case. I think that as a part of the package of bringing an IPO to market they agreed to support […]

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In response to the July 1, 2012 issue

by | Sep 18, 2012 | Uncategorized

It was with shock and disbelief that I stared at the “finger” sketch. I find it—as well as an earlier drawing of an elephant head imposed on female reproductive organs [April 1]—inappropriate for an adult audience, let alone teenagers. You see, in an effort to broaden the perspective of newsletters in our high school library, […]

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Ross Burkhar

by | Sep 18, 2012 | Uncategorized

<p>I thought your article was excellent. Unfortunately, due to the <a href=”https://www.washingtonspectator.org/index.php/Social-Networks/unliking-facebook-investors-respond-to-zuckerbergs-failed-ipo.html”>obscene artwork</a> accompanying it, I have thrown the article and issue in the trash because I don’t want my 14-year-old stepson to see it.<br />—Ross Burkhar,&nbsp;Boise, Idaho<br />June 15, 2012</p>

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Why American Workers Aren’t Buying Mitt Romney

by | Sep 1, 2012 | Uncategorized

edel ohio_romneyThere’s a very simple reason why Republican Mitt Romney is not going to win in November with the support of working-class Americans, white or otherwise. Unlike predecessors Bob Dole, George W. Bush, and John McCain, Romney is a rich businessman, not a career politician. To the working class, he looks like a boss.

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2012 Scorecard

by WS Editors | Jun 1, 2012 | Uncategorized

  The Bus Project went two for two in issues it supported in 2012. 1) The Bus supported one legislator in the May primary: Bob Jenson, a moderate Republican… whom Bus Project Political Director Henry Kraemer describes as one of “Oregon’s great moderate Republicans” — a champion of voter access, tuition equity, and economic fairness. Jenson […]

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