This article that we're commenting on has nothing to do with insider connections.
When did anyone say it did? He asked me about news on our site. Totally unrelated to this piece, which, as I said from the start, is not news, it's an editorial or "blog" as the site states.
Actually, I didn't ask about the news on your site - wasn't even aware you had one. I was being a smart***.
But to Neal's point - this article, like many others that you seem to have a negative attitude towards, are not articles that require insider information, hard-to-aquire interviews, pre-release copies of games, etc., etc. It's an editorial (hey, didn't you say that's what's on your site?) analyzing one man's opinion regarding very public information.
Just like the thread where they posted the - very public - press release detailing the lack of games for the Wii.
Almost like the thread where a staff member discussed their disappointment with one of the rewards they ordered from Club Nintendo - though, I guess, the rewards aren't 100% "public", since you do have to be a member of their exclusive club.
You can write up an article - using this very same public information - detailing why the Virtual Console is so hot right now and why it's awesome to be the Wii. Then, link to it so we can all go to your site and read it.