FINALLY: Proof That The New York Times and The Boston Globe are both Die-Hard Abortion Advocates:
It wasn’t supposed to be this way. You weren’t supposed to be graduating into an America fighting a misbegotten war in a foreign land. You weren’t supposed to be graduating into a world where we are still fighting for fundamental human rights, whether it’s the rights of immigrants to start a new life, or the rights of gays to marry, or the rights of women to choose. You weren’t supposed to be graduating into a world where oil still drove policy and environmentalists have to fight relentlessly for every gain. You weren’t. But you are. And for that, I’m sorry."Which also owns "...the International Herald Tribune, almost two dozen other regional newspapers in the United States (15 of which publish daily), nine local television stations, and two New York City radio stations, including the legendary WQXR. In 2005, it had 35 web sites, including NYTimes.com, Boston.com and About.com."
~ Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr., Chairman of the Board, The New York Times Company.
For the above quote, Sulzberger "won the 'Outrageous Quote of 2006' award from the Media Research Center."
"[We] are still fighting for fundamental human rights"?
Really? Guess he doesn't see the irony in his having left the most fundamental right off that list. Guess if you can't buy his newspapers yet, you're not entitled to that one.
THE ABOVE WAS DISCOVERED IN RESPONSE TO READER DAN WHO IS AS ANGRY AS WE ARE AT THE NEW YORK TIMES. I'd suggested he write to the paper, especially the Chairman and top dogs.
Rather than just give you all the names having found them myself, let me "teach you all how to fish." It's so easy!
This is what I got from googling "new York Times" editorial board :Byron Calame is the readers' representative. His opinions and conclusions are his own. His column appears at least twice monthly on the Sunday Op-Ed pages.Googling this, "new York Times" publisher , got me to here:
"The New York Times is a newspaper published in New York City by Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr. and distributed internationally. It is owned by The New York Times Company"
That guy is Chairman of the Board. I doubt he will be a receptive ear what with the quote above.
Next google this phrase: email@example.com
(any common name usually works in a big company; smith and jones are also good) and you'll see the convention is probably either firstname.lastname@example.org or it could be
email@example.com or just firstname.lastname@example.org
This cached google page gives you all kinds of ideas.
So I'd address it to:
and see what bounces back. Most will, but if at least one for each doesn't, then you know you got through to them both! Or at least those who read their email.
That's how I do it all the time.