A little controversy and vilification is good for circulation, and for better of for worse circulation is the measure of a newspaper’s worth. So it came as no surprise two weeks ago when the Editor pumped up the volume on Frank Onishuk’s opinion letter by featuring it in his editorial and telling everyone that he was “one of the few, if not the only, advocate of bulldozing…[BMH]”
Like Pavlov’s Dog, Judy Brueninger responds this week with one of her famous diatribes. Funny thing is, Mr. Onishuk never said anything about bulldozing BMH in his letter. And so it goes.