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on December 31, 2011
I am so glad the Times has finally come out with a Kindle edition. I have been waiting for them to do this for over a year--Hooray! It is such a relief to get intelligent writing (with correct grammar and punctuation to boot!) and something besides the "party line" liberal bias. The Washington Times is much more neutral and even-handed in its reporting than other "national" papers, and not as simplistic as, for instance, USA Today. Plus, I get to read the latest about the Nats in their sports section.
I subscribed to the Times on my Kindle Fire and it's like reading the actual paper, only smaller and more portable. There are a few typographical mistakes that I've noticed, but nothing glaring, and I figure they'll work those bugs out in time. I'm just so glad I can now get the Times even when I'm traveling.
It's a great paper, and if you've not tried it, you really ought to for a little different point of view. The Times is one paper that generally keeps their editorial view on the editorial pages, and out of their reporting--which is a nice change from something like the New York Times, and they don't take cheap shots at people, either.
If you want a good source for national news, and especially what's going on "inside the Beltway" in DC, but want less bias in the reporting, this is the paper you should try.