Nancy Barnes: We're adding depth to the Sunday Star Tribune

  • Article by: NANCY BARNES
  • Updated: October 16, 2010 - 5:34 PM

Look for new and relocated features in the Variety, Twin Cities + Life and Business sections, including a new business column by Eric Wieffering.

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maverick30usOct. 16, 10 7:23 PM

This paper will still be the Red Star Of The North.

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ebfauvelOct. 16, 10 7:54 PM

What? I thought high taxes were driving all of the businesses away! At least that's what the republicans always tell us....

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ebfauvelOct. 16, 10 7:57 PM

And that "educated and engaged reading population" likes to discuss and debate online -- but our posts keep getting deleted by your moderators, even when those posts don't violate your terms of use!

Nancy, please please PLEASE do something about the unfairness and inconsistency of how online comments are moderated.

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ebfauvelOct. 16, 10 8:00 PM

...please consider opening all stories to comments. I wanted to comment about Katherine Kersten actually defending the ACLU -- but comments aren't allowed on her TiZA column.

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SupervonOct. 16, 10 8:33 PM

unless they cloned Nick. He turns it into the Star Spitoon with every column.

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rockanatreeOct. 16, 1010:30 PM

lol Not quite. We get it for one reason...the ads.

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rockanatreeOct. 16, 1010:32 PM

Yet more content by Lileks? A five finger gag.

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socialismsuxOct. 16, 1011:53 PM

What this paper needs (desperately) more than anything else is intellectual honesty. Your paper treats the locals like ignorant democrat sheep - just waiting to lap up the latest DFL thought of the day. Why don't you at least try to build back a little journalistic credibility?

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rockanatreeOct. 17, 10 8:21 AM

Excellent idea. Right now, at least 50% of the Strib is tabloid. More series like the housing and foreclosure investigation please, and less National Enquirer-ism.

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ranger1873Oct. 17, 10 8:22 AM

That's one thing. What you really need is to add balance, and you won't be taken seriously by about half the state until you do. Merely rubber-stamping Democrats doesn't cut it with informed readers who get their information from unbiased sources, and your endorsement for governor doesn't help your credibility either.

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