What does $4.5 million dollars buy you?

You can own this very nice house in San Francisco: 7bf33df78ab02855e49e06a6fe339888l-w0xd-w1020_h770_q80.jpg

Or the Boston Herald.


The newspaper filed for bankruptcy protection and was bought by Gatehouse for a song.

Some in the news industry expressed shock. I don't know why. The writing has been on the wall for the last twenty years.

If you are still wondering how Trump got himself all the way to the White House, stop looking at Russia or fake news.


That is your answer.

He saw the writing on the wall, and made adjustments according to the times.

Even $4.5 million was way over-priced for a newspaper.

You want influence? You do not need a newspaper.

If a seventy-year-old man can figure out how to use the Twitter, why can't journalists see what has happened?

Journalists have a view of life that needs serious readjusting.

They throw temper tantrums if they receive any criticism.

You know, truth is truth, and reality is reality.

And you are not above or better than truth and reality.

Arrogance and egotism blinded the profession to the dangers, and the Internet took care of the rest.

So you can buy a house or a newspaper.

And the house is still by far, the better deal.