Monday will reportedly see the final edition of the neoconservative New York Sun.
The Sun was started in 2002 by Conrad Black and a number of other investors. They took a consistent stand in favor of neocon wars.
At the start of this month, the newspaper said it was desperately seeking cash. It supposedly raised “a lot” of money in the following two weeks, but then came a Wall Street meltdown that appears to have ended any hope for new benefactors.
In a February 6, 2003 editorial, the newspaper called for indicting antiwar protesters for treason.