In a state dominated by the wishes of unions for decades no thank to the whack job left media here, union demands may force the state's largest paper to close. Poetic justice IMO. BWAHAHAHAHA! http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/20...ions_as_union_officials_reject_ultimatum.html From the link: The Star-Ledger, which has won three Pulitzer Prizes and several national journalism awards, is New Jersey’s largest daily newspaper. Vezza said he remained hopeful an agreement would be reached, but set a deadline of Sept. 27 for the concessions or an agreement by the unions that clears the paper to outsource production to another company. Without either by then, he said The Star-Ledger will cease publication Dec. 31. Ed Shown, president of the Council of Star-Ledger Unions and GCC Local 8-N — the union that prints the newspaper — called the publisher’s threat “another sad and pathetic attempt to pound all of our union brothers and sisters into a state of submission.” He said The Star-Ledger has demanded 55 percent of their entire wage package. Shown said more than 300 people work as drivers, pressmen, warehouse and inventory employees at the paper, many New Jersey residents.