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Nostalgic for the old Sunday newspaper?

Document Analysis NLP IA

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Sentiment0.30771756978654
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redaction

Subjectivity0.67931034482759
probably it's an affirmation
Affirmation0.29924242424242

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Summary (IA Generated)

We at WND hear this all the time, but unfortunately we need those ads, even though they don’t even cover our costs of production, thanks to the greed of Google and Facebook who together have vacuumed up between 70 and 90 percent of all digital advertising.

But the point is, we still need the ads in order to produce WND’s popular, independent, pro-American, pro-Constitution news coverage seven days a week.

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