The latest episode in the Plain Dealer history of shortchanging its readers by the removal of the taping of the single meeting of the Ohio gubernatorial candidates is hardly the first instance of corruption of a free press. It won't be the last either.
The Plain Dealer - and I use that name despite the division with the Northeast Ohio Media Group (which sounds like some ad consulting firm) - appears to display a dual personality disorder. A web site and a printed paper. Would Macy's tell Gimbels?