The New York Times:

The same New York Times:

As of Monday, 1,316 Times workers had signed a pledge not to return to the office. This includes 879 members of the News Guild, but also members of the Times Tech Guild and the union for Wirecutter, the paper’s product-recommendation spinoff.

“People are livid,” Tom Coffey told The Post. A 25-year veteran editor at the NYT, he works on the news desk and serves on the union’s Contract Action Committee.
He added that being forced to return to the office during a period of high inflation means workers will have to spend more money on gas, mass transit, clothing and lunches, despite the lack of salary increases.

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Funny how things end up working out. You peddled (and keep peddling) a line of B.S. but do not enjoy the shoving it up your particular rectum.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

4 thoughts on “It is a propaganda machine.”
  1. The results of hateful spiteful democrats lies cheating and streamrollering over America to ease their guilt ridden conscience and intolerance for America. All I can say is “naner naner naner!!…hows it feel !” Interesting how when it gets shoved up THEIR azz its a problem….

  2. Again though, we go back to the fact that there is NO cognitive dissonance among these people. It will have nothing to do w/ the policies they support or the politicians they vote for. Instead it will be something about Trump and/or republicans and that the bill didn’t go far enough in spending money on global whaa whaa.

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