1) I can see why not that many people are opting for a subscription. When buying a normal newspaper was the option, I would buy one to take to work that I liked, someone else would buy a newspaper that they liked and so on, in the end we would all read each others papers and therefore get a different opinion and could make our own minds up on which one to believe.
2) Nowadays, it seems like every news outlet wants you to subscribe, $10 here, $10 there etc and I for one am not going to pay $40 - $50 per month for different opinions, or pay $10 to get ONE opinion. Whether we like it or not newspapers have become shills for a particular Political Party, it may appear otherwise to some on here but I like to read both sides of a story before kicking off on a rant.
3) Just how much expendable money do big business' think we have, ISP $85+, Amazon $13, Netflix $13, Yulu $13, You Tube wants $, Newspapers want $, Magazines want $, Spotify wants $, Apple wants $, Google Play wants $, in fact almost every fcuker on the web is asking for a subscription or donation. I am not about to pay $2 G a year for my internet.
4) Btw: For reading this rant you owe me $5 which I need for my alcohol consumption.
Sounds like he'd been having a (particularly bad) day.
'President Donald Trump went off on an angry rant on the White House South Lawn Tuesday that includes attacks on his political rivals, as well as effusive praise for North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. Over the course of 15 or so minutes, Trump attacked former Vice President Joe Biden, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and eth news media, even as he had warm words for authoritarian leaders with well documented histories of human rights abuses on a mass scale. Here are the five craziest moments from Trump's impromptu rant below:'
That worked for many years, unlike John "Teflon Don" Gambino who simply tried to bluster the Federal Government. This is said to have led to rival Lucchese family boss remarking "What John Gotti did was the beginning of the end of Cosa Nostra"