Succinctly quotes left, right, and center editorial viewpoints on great mix of timely topics. Also, love the music, film, fiction and non-fiction recommendations. Only periodical I read close to cover to cover ever week.
We live in a time when media including ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, and FOX, as well as all the big papers and news magazines, have become nothing more than political hacks for their editorial boards. Gone is objective reporting of facts. Spinning events to further agendas is the norm. The Week stands alone by bringing all the tortured voices onto one great read where seekers of elusive truth have a hope of divining it from the chaotic bias spewed as ‘news.’ Thanks for that!
Innin the world that is in a world that is it method. It informs well maintaining editorial integrity to present both sides of the spectrum. It for you are looking for more ammunition, to simply drink more Kool-Aid, pick another stand.
Unfortunately receiving the Week biweekly, two issues at a time. Technical issues? Anyway, disappointing.
Missed a couple magazines, parts of a couple others because The Week would not download.
I like the fact that the political stories always cite conflicting viewpoints.
The news is well done but it doesn’t always work. The system is unreliable.
Good concise way of reviewing the week’s news organs, on both sides
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I’ve read every single word in this magazine for years. I’ve told countless people to try it and almost all of them have been glad they did. With that being said... 49 bucks to 89 bucks... is like charging 20 bucks for travel sized hand sanitizer.