In much-discussed remarks to his own media columnist James Rutenberg, executive editor Dean Baquet offered a mea culpa for having missed the Donald Trump surprise, though he spoke less for the paper than for journalists in general. One especially compelling video produced with footage collected over months on the campaign trail, captured the ugly vitriol like few others. But it and pieces like it drowned out the kind of agenda-free, deep narratives that could have taken Times readers deeper into the lives and values of the people who just elected the next president.
Historically, the Los Angeles Times , where I worked twice, for instance, was a reporter-driven, bottom-up newspaper. What have you got? Reality usually had a way of intervening. Inside the Times building, then and now, a great deal of the conversation is about the Times. In any institution, shop-talk is inevitable. I listened to one longtime editor explain over lunch, for instance, that everybody on the paper has an invisible rank that might or might not coincide with his or her apparent place in the hierarchy.
But what about the rest of the universe, that great wide world we were supposed to cover as journalists? As the years went by, it seemed to become more and more distant. One marker passed in the last decade, when the Wall Street Journal made a strategic move on the Times by strengthening its own New York City presence. The Times , by then firmly established as a national paper, went through a spasm of New York-centric thinking, mostly aimed at keeping the local print advertising base intact.
Movie stories from far-away Los Angeles became harder to land; theater reviews and elite arts coverage from New York flooded the culture pages. As quickly as the editorial staff was trimmed in years of successive buyouts and layoffs, it re-grew, largely with a new wave of digital workers, high and low. Many of them were based inside the new Eighth Ave.
It took ever longer to get stories posted or published. By last summer, a Los Angeles bureau that was built to house 13 had dwindled to four or five inhabitants.
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Visits by upper editors were rare or nonexistent. Huckabee relaunched the Huckabee show on Trinity Broadcasting Network in Huckabee plays the electric bass guitar in his classic-rock cover band, Capitol Offense. When elected governor of Arkansas, Huckabee was obese. In , physicians diagnosed him with type 2 diabetes , and informed him that he would not live more than 10 years if he did not lose weight. Coupled with the death of former Governor Frank D. White whose obesity contributed to a fatal heart attack his diagnosis prompted Huckabee to begin eating a healthier diet and exercising.
Although Huckabee has stated that he never smoked nor drank,  he declared himself a "recovering foodaholic". Huckabee has publicly recounted his previous burdens as an obese man: the steps of the Arkansas capitol from the entrance of the building up to the Governor's office were so long and steep that he would be out of breath and exhausted by the time he reached the top of the stairs. At an August forum on cancer hosted by Lance Armstrong , Huckabee said he would support a federal smoking ban , but has stated that he believes the issue is best addressed by state and local governments.
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