Daily newspapers are facing increased competition from weekly and spaciality publications that Jones compares to the competition the broadcast networks are getting from cable channels.
"There is so much out there that people have found they don't need to pay to get their news anymore," said Ian Anderson, research director at Editor & Publisher.
As a volunteer, Hill worked with credit unions and when he discovered that one board of directors had stolen 60 percent of their members' money, he reported on the malfeasance to their members, who promptly re-elected them because the board reflected carefully balanced tribal interests and it really did not matter to the members if the board directors ran a good credit union or not.
When he returned to Korea in 2004 as Ambassador, he began by saying "I was here for three years in the 1980s, one has to be a little careful about drawing on too much experience from so long ago.
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And sadly, most Americans have no idea how sick and evil radical Islam is making generations of young people, all now willing to murder innocent individuals.