Dan Leger hates his readers

Chronicle-Herald content czar no fan of unions, either

There are lots of reasons why the daily newspaper industry is collapsing, but one is simply this: They hate their readers.

I mean, why should average people choose to pay for something that insults them at every turn? But time and again, daily newspapers are siding with the comfortable over the afflicted, the bosses over the workers, the rich over the struggling, so it’s no wonder the afflicted, the workers and the struggling---that is, most people---aren’t interested in buying a newspaper.

Take, for instance, this morning’s piece in the Chronicle-Herald by editor Dan Leger, which pretty much slaps working people right upside the head.

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