PODCAST: New York Post

Extra! Extra!
Scandal Sheet Revealed To Be Started By Founding Father!
New York Post May Be Responsible For Central Park!
Rupert Murdoch Property Was Once A Nest of Liberal Sympathizers!
PLUS: Was there really a “headless body” in a “topless bar”?

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Murdoch, of course, didn’t exactly invent the New York Post’s penchant for attention-grabbing headlines. They’re just a lot better written:

Some recent favorites:

And the tasteless hilarity isn’t even relegated to merely the front page:

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