I'd love to link to this week's edition--a break-in at a Taco Bell in Celina, Ohio, wherever the hell that is--but the newspaper that reported the story has a pay wall prohibiting non-subscribers from reading stories on its website. Strangest part? Its publisher is Freedom Communications, parent company of the Orange County Register, recent filer of bankruptcy. Want to know why you ain't making cash, Freedom? Because your idea of Internet journalism is stuck in the 1970s.
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For some reason, I don't think such an affront to liberty would've please this man: