Thanks. I figured it was a respected newspaper--it has a Nobel laureate for a columnist, after all. I don't really care about the politics, as long as they aren't whacko extreme. From what I can tell so far, every politician in Peru is absolutely and simultaneously against flooding, mudslides and droughts. And, when it comes to corruption, they are all against it in principle, keeping in mind. as for their side, that we must be sympathetic to the nuances of these complex situations (or else, more baldly, hah, hah, the statue of limitations has run). And thanks for the pointer towards La Carretera.
Now, for another question--what is the reputation of Al Sexto Dia? It seems, a little racier or tabloid like. But it's videos certainly have a beat to them. And the cute young anchors for sure are better looking than Vargas Llosa--more like eye candy than brain food.