The dishonesty of the New York Times is breathtaking. The Hostess company (maker of Twinkies) is going out of business. Management claims that it's the result of a strike by workers. The reporter dismisses this claim in less than one sentence and implies that the cause is a reduction in demand for the company's products. Wouldn't a real reporter investigate the matter, to determine just what effect the strike is having on the company? What makes me suspicious is that the Times always sides with unions (except those to which its own workers belong). It would not look good if excessive union demands caused the collapse of the company and put union members out of work.