Liberal magazine Newsweek published its last print edition this week. In a country that is infested with hundreds of far left publications, Newsweek could no longer compete.
Good riddance.

This week will feature the last ever print edition of Newsweek magazine. Editor-in-chief Tina Brown tweeted, “Bitter sweet! Wish us luck! #LastPrintIssue” with a photo of the cover, and that hashtag, “#LASTPRINTISSUE” is the headline on the cover.




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  1. Good riddance. It wasn’t even suitable to line a birdcage.

  2. Thank heavens!

  3. I guess it’s back to the Obama toilet paper !

    Like anyone will notice?

  4. Die.

  5. Newsweek was still in print?

  6. Don’t worry Tina, nobody is going to miss you.

  7. The final print edition will be the Dec. 31, 2012 issue.

    For decades Newsweek was owned by the Washington Post (WPO). But the Post sold the magazine to audio industry pioneer Sidney Harman in August 2010. It was merged with The Daily Beast in a deal finalized in February 2011, creating a joint venture that was half-owned by IAC/InterActiveCorp (IACI). IAC/Interactive took a controlling interest in the joint venture earlier this year.

    Newsweek’s print edition had a paid circulation of 1.2 million copies over the last 12 months, while it had only 26,394 paid electronic copies on average, according to circulation data printed in the most recent edition. Its paid circulation was over 3.1 million as recently as 2006. Time, its primary competitor, has a paid circulation of 3.3 million for its print edition. CNNMoney and Time are both owned by Time Warner (TWX, Fortune 500).

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  8. Burn in Hell, Tina!

  9. It will not be missed by those who love their country, but it will be missed by imbeciles and nitwits.

  10. No loss here~

  11. Yippee Ki Ay etc.

  12. Good riddance to this rancid propaganda rag

  13. When the Party produces the message that is cloned everywhere, there simply isnt a need for ao many outlets.

  14. Was in the doctor’s office and saw a Newsweek magazine with a picture of Obama and a banner… Is Obama the Democrat’s Reagan? No wonder they are going out of business. They pandered to delusional fantasy so now they must ride their unicorns off into the sunset.

  15. Now it will be just a little bit easier for Liberals to erase evidence, and claim they never held a certain position.

    They’ve eliminated the paper trail.

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