Jill Abramson, the now-fired New York Times executive editor, was paid less than her male predecessor, according to a report from the New Yorker.
This, coming from an organization that champions the left's "equal pay" rhetoric.
But why was Abramson paid less than her male predecessor? Was it sexism?
In this case, no.
Abramson was paid less than her predecessor, Bill Keller, because she had been...