I received the Sept. 25 edition of The Sun and was disgusted to see a full-length ad for Wells Fargo on the front page.
While it's bad enough to turn the front page over to an advertiser, it's even worse to allow a corporation deeply implicated in our community's foreclosure crisis such a prominent forum to whitewash its image.
Adding the words "advertising pullout" in small print doesn't make it OK. Rather than selling the front page to Wells Fargo, a responsible newspaper would be reporting on its activities in the home loan industry. That doesn't seem likely to happen now, does it? Wells Fargo might want its money back.