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LOUSY, it only covers business stories. WSJ is good on non business stories and YOU TOOK IT OUT.
THERE WERE GOOD HUMAN INTEREST STORIES AND THE MIDDLE SEAT, THAT IS GONE
VERY DISAPPOINTING. PERSON WHO CHANGED IT TO THE NEW FORMAT SHOULD BE FIRED. BAD BAD BAD DECISION!
Good Precis of Last Night's GOP Debate
WSJ appropriately pointed out CNN's tattletale approach, which attempted to get the candidates to attack each other (especially Donald Trump) rather than offer their viewpoints and solutions concerning the issues confronting the Nation.
The financial discussion offered the range of opinions and predictions concerning whether the Fed will raise rates. Also intriguing was the commentary regarding student loans.
See the above. Audible, you need to change your comment structure to fit analysis of newspapers.
WSJ provides an even-handed factual disclosure concerning the issues of the day. Its opinions are always offered at the end of the program and yes, they are definitely right of centre. It is easy to identify when reportage ends and commentary begins, unlike the contents of other newspapers.
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