Just in case you were wondering which political party is always ready to take the lead in the race to the gutter — and I know plenty of otherwise prudish folks who will happily snigger when talking about this 527: Citizens United Not Timid [via BroadSheet]
Later: More from Broadsheet — Life’s a bitch, and so are all the anti-Hillary slogans
Wall St. Journal to Continue Its Charges for Web Content
For months, Mr. Murdoch, who took control of the paper in December, has vacillated publicly over whether to maintain its subscription firewall. But officials at his company, News Corporation, say that this time, a decision has actually been made to keep it — for now, at least.
Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Mr. Murdoch said that the pages on WSJ.com “giving the greatest insights, that will still be a subscription service,” according to Reuters.
People at News Corporation who have been briefed on the matter confirmed that the policy had been settled, in general terms.
Well, in general terms, I’m sure lots of things can be said. The real question is what, specifically, is going to happen, and that seems to be up in the air still.