In an online question-and-answer exchange with readers this week, Keller said that although advertising generates the bulk of online revenue, "a lively, deadly serious discussion continues within The Times about ways to get consumers to pay for what we make."
Suggestion... create a better product.
Ericka Andersen is a conservative political journalist and blogger with past stints at Human Events, RedState.com, the Washington Examiner and most recently was recruited to work on a start-up venture with Bill Bennett. In between appearances on Fox News, MSNBC, and an internship in Bangalore, India, Ericka also has participated in humanitarian service projects in Mozambique, Kenya, Venezuela and the Bahamas.
Dwayne Horner is a rock-solid conservative writer from the Dallas area at KSKY660am/WORD100.7fm. He is a frequent on-air guest-host and is a co-founder of the Ronald Reagan Conservative Society. He’ll be covering a wide range of issues and will be our closest correspondent to President Bush’s new home in Dallas.
Welcome aboard Ericka and Dwayne
Democrats want to use the big spending package designed to jump-start the staggering economy to send billions to long-term programs to help poor and disabled school children.
President Barack Obama's recovery plan amounts to the biggest increase ever in federal money for schools. Many Republicans say it is not a short-term boost but an immense expansion that will be impossible to roll back.
As I said, who cares what us conservative types think.