The Herald Tribune, Kilgore told its owners in 1958, was too much defined as not-The-Times.
Rupert Murdoch, when buying the Journal in 2007, had said that Kilgore “invented modern journalism.”
Kilgore made a few key points then that hold great value today as well.
Kilgore told Politico he could not comment on personnel matters.
Kilgore and Matt Stall had vanished as if the earth had swallowed them.
Smith and Kilgore are at a loss to explain the three exceptions.
Mrs. Kilgore was sewing; Silas read the newspaper, and Joseph sat up by the fire.
If this man was Kilgore, your father would have found his opportunity to kill him.
"Kilgore's voice, or I'm a liar," muttered Nick, over his shoulder.
"But no other clew will answer," declared Kilgore, forcibly.