Wars Aren't TV Shows to Be Cancelled When the Public Gets Bored

Clarice Feldman
Don Surber shows how the New York Times made a 180 degree turn on its editorial page, first demanding we pull out now in the face of certain genocide and then backtracking. He says it's too late for the paper and the Democrats who flip flopped to redeem themselves from their foolishness and immoral stand.
Don Surber shows how the New York Times made a 180 degree turn on its editorial page, first demanding we pull out now in the face of certain genocide and then backtracking. He says it's too late for the paper and the Democrats who flip flopped to redeem themselves from their foolishness and immoral stand.