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My Turn: Medicaid reform is the real red herring

...the real problem is the cost of health care itself. Until we get control of that, it doesn't matter who pays the bill. Keller wants to convince us that Medicaid reform promises big returns. The road he recommends be followed was paved by the...
Ombudsmen the next threatened newsroom species

...editors with unpleasant questions. Unlike a press critic, an independent ombudsman is what Times executive editor Bill Keller has described as "an outsider with a hall pass and a platform." In the time since I was hired last year, The Post's...
Crimson Bears run wild

...Stringer, JDHS, 17:13.5; 6. Drew Dickson, Palmer, 17:22.2; 7. Brent Knight, Soldotna, 17:26.3; 8. Bill Keller, Soldotna, 17:34.3; 9. Mike Barth, ACS, 17:46,0; 10. Ryan Wicker, Nikiski, 17:58.4; 11. David...
My turn: 'Snailpapers' is a term of endearment for our daily newspapers

...Sturgis. Ask former ADN editor Howard Weaver. Ask Andy Rooney of "60 Minutes" or Ben Bradlee at the Washington Post or Bill Keller at the New York Times. Let me conclude this love letter to print newspapers everywhere like this: we must do all we...
Lobbyist story threatens McCain image

...Times by making an immediate contribution today." "We think the story speaks for itself," Times Executive Editor Bill Keller said in a written statement. "On the timing, our policy is we publish stories when they are ready." At the very...
Bailout won't help newspapers; an antitrust exemption could

...has enjoyed since 1922. In an online exchange with his paper's readers this week, New York Times Executive Editor Bill Keller pointed out that "there is a diminishing supply of quality journalism, and a growing demand. By quality journalism...


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