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NYTimes Takes 3,000 Words to Admit That Conservatives Like Deregulation

A recent New York Times story could be summed up in a single common-sense statement: People who dislike regulation support deregulation. But instead, The Times devoted 3,300 words to portraying deregulation as a special deal between a single company and the FCC. Because that company is Sinclair, which is a media company with “conservative” leanings. Three Times reporters collaborated on the Aug.
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