The<em> L.A. Times</em>' Loss Is HuffPost's Gain

We are selfishly delighted that thehasto cancel Bob Scheer's column after 12 years. The' loss is our gain. Starting next Wednesday morning, loyal readers of Bob Scheer's weekly column will now find it at the top of the Huffington Post homepage. And those HuffPost readers who are not Bob Scheer regulars are in for a treat. I've been sparring with Bob, both agreeing and disagreeing, for ten years on KCRW's, and now look forward to having him as a regular on HuffPost and to the, his new current affairs webzine. For more, read what, andhave to say about this.
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We are selfishly delighted that the Los Angeles Times has made the shortsighted decision to cancel Bob Scheer's column after 12 years. The L.A. Times' loss is our gain. Starting next Wednesday morning, loyal readers of Bob Scheer's weekly column will now find it at the top of the Huffington Post homepage. And those HuffPost readers who are not Bob Scheer regulars are in for a treat. I've been sparring with Bob, both agreeing and disagreeing, for ten years on KCRW's Left, Right, and Center, and now look forward to having him as a regular on HuffPost and to the launch of TruthDig, his new current affairs webzine. For more, read what Bob Berger, Scheer's original editor, and Robert Greenwald have to say about this.

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