Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Scott Walker looks to free up a little bit of magazine shelf space at Wisconsin libraries


Happy Valentine's Day to a publishing stalwart.


DNR magazine cut seen as latest climate science scrub.  (Wisconsin State Journal, 2/14/2017)
Taken to its extreme, a most troubling comment.  The nearly 100-year-old publication is supported entirely by its 88,000 subscribers. Spokesmen for Walker and for the DNR on Monday defended the proposal by saying the DNR must become more efficient and narrowly focused, and government shouldn’t be in the publishing business.

Shouldn't be in the publishing business, eh?



Now perhaps you can better understand why Republicans are such pearl-clutching snowflakes when it comes to open records law.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The DNR magazine gets more use than any BLUE BOOK ever did. Or will.