At the end of the article, they announce they will no longer accept advertising for gentlemen's clubs "in keeping with the standards of publishing a newspaper intended to be enjoyed by family members of all ages". Do I see a double standard here?
I live in Ft. Worth but subscribe to the Dallas News because I think the Ft. Worth paper is "cheesy". I will be writing a letter to the Dallas News and probably cancel my subscription. I get most of my news online anyway.
Wow. Yep, promoting the Gay Agenda alright, and ceasing to accept advertising for straight clubs. Sheesh ! I wonder: Do they accept advertising from known Gay Bars ?? Hmm . . .
Referencing that article at your link, I took the liberty to fire off a note to The Dallas Morning News to the address at the bottom of that article:
Subject: Gay Policy at The Dallas Morning News
So let me see if I have this 'straight' now. In the article referenced below [your link], the new Dallas Morning News policy is that you will give Gay Unions (which are NOT recognized in the state of Texas) FREE space to announce their same-sex unions. And at the same time, you have chosen to discontinue accepting paid advertising for Gentlemen's Clubs (heterosexual oriented and legal establishments). It would appear to me that The Dallas Morning News has officially come OUT of the closet. If I subscribed to your publication, I would cancel immediately.