Skip to comments.Abramson fired (NYT Dumps Liberal Female Editor - Replaces her with Liberal Black Man)
Posted on 05/14/2014 5:02:49 PM PDT by tom h
... Abramson recently learned her pay package was not commensurate with that of her predecessor, Bill Keller, and sought parity...
She confronted the top brass, one close associate said, and this may have fed into the managements narrative that she was pushy, a characterization that, for many, has an inescapably gendered aspect.
[Publisher Arthur] Sulzberger is known to believe that the Times, as a financially beleaguered newspaper, needed to retreat on some of its generous pay and pension benefits ...
(Excerpt) Read more at salon.com ...
Wow, talk about not being able to live according to what they write in their editorial page.
Race trumps gender in the Rat Party...unless we’re talking about perverts.
Well, she is now getting equal pay. The person she replaced is now getting $0. She is now getting $0. Looks like equal pay to me.
People often say that they should be paid what they are worth. That will never happen. A person’s pay is a range that falls somewhere between what they will work for and what it costs to replace them.
A black editor gives them more tools to deflect criticism and consort with the White House.
Dean P. Baquet is a Pulitzer Prize-winning American journalist and the executive editor of The New York Times. He is the first African-American to serve as executive editor, the highest-ranking position in The Times's newsroom.
He studied English at Columbia University from 1974 to 1978 ... He joined The New York Times in April 1990 as a metropolitan reporter. ...
In 2000, he joined the Los Angeles Times as managing editor and in 2005 became that newspaper's editor. ... at the Los Angeles Times, Baquet edited the story published a few days before the 2003 California recall election that initiated the Gropegate controversy, raising concerns about gubernatorial candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger's sexual misconduct ...
In 2006, ABC News reported that Baquet killed a story about NSA wiretaps of Americans.
... which guarantees that the NYT will continue its decline into irrelevance.
Now they have hired someone that they cannot fire—even if he incites the deaths of Korean grocers or calls Jews offensive names.
The face you have at age 25 is the face God gave you, but the face you have after 50 is the face you earned.
I don’t know if she’s a victim of Benghazi and the secretive Obama regime or the commie ‘RATS’ War On Women. Hmmmm.
Too “bossy” eh?
Definitely needs a “makeover” and a job. HA!
“I dont know if shes a victim of Benghazi and the secretive Obama regime or the commie RATS War On Women. Hmmmm.”
i wonder when Hillary, or Barack, or The Washington Post will come running to her defense?
Like Rush says about Feminism.
Pray AMerica wakes up
I first became aware of her as a Brian Lamb Washington Journal interview. She was still a reporter. I was struck by her unusual “croak-ing” voice and unique personality. Many years after that she was on Brian’s Sunday night show as Editor in Chief of the Times. Obviously a magnificent achievement by any measure. As far as the cognitive dissonance of the bulwark of progressivism the Times affects denying compensation equality to a woman at this level is just inexplicable.
Well Beyotche did say to ban bossy.
Boy did they screw up. Can’t fire the black man, thats racist. So when the subscription numbers continue to fall who will they blame?
Damn, forgot about white editors, they’ll be the scapegoat, never mind....
“this may have fed into the managements narrative that she was pushy, a characterization that, for many, has an inescapably gendered aspect.
White women are watching their piece of the pie get re-distributed to unassimilated ethnics; maybe some of them will stop voting for Dems now...
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