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Outstanding piece on USA Today. One addition about distribution: You mentioned that readers in your small home town can buy USAT at various outlets. My parents, who live in rural western Pennsylvania, actually have it delivered. This supplements our local daily, which is ambitious but unable to focus any resources further afield than the county level.p>I might add that although me an’ the kin are simple yokels, the folks would probably prefer the WSJ or NYT . Despite being ensconced in Red State wonderland, they know all about the foibles of the various national offerings. Unfortunately for them, any of the others would be prohibitively expensive — and probably arrive days late. Kudos to USAT for providing a product that people can actually track down — even if the coast-bound elites look down their noses at people who would dare form their world-view over a double-meat sausage McMuffin with egg, two hash browns and extra-hot coffee minus the -ccino/-latte conceit. I’ll point your article out to them — they will be glad to hear that the rumors about USAT ‘s inferiority are mostly just silly exaggerations. They were beginning to suspect as much anyway. br> — Sam MacDonald /p> p>
A man of faith in a godless age is hitting Americans where it hurts.
Mr. and Mrs. American Spectator Reader, let P.J. O’Rourke talk sense to your kids.
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