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Steep Drop In Intelligence of Newsweeklies Finally Explained

Finally! As the Onion "reports", Time magazine "Announces New Version Of Magazine Aimed At Adults:"

Judging by their latest cover story, this new version can't arrive fast enough; no word yet if Newsweek might take up this idea as well.

Meanwhile, in the world of unintentional satire, leftwing author Neal Gabler argues that conservatives don't believe in facts; in an article appearing in the JournoList-tained Politico and paraphrasing Stephen Colbert, an actor pretending to be a television journalist on the Comedy Central cable TV network to bolster his case.

Ezra Klein, Ann Hornaday, Dan Rather, and Editor & Publisher magazine could not be reached for comment.