Following through on the Trump/Sinclair Broadcasting war with mainstream media (with 3/28 update)
The CNN report, based upon an internal Sinclair document, clearly explained what the anchors were to do:
"Please produce the attached scripts . . .
More on the Oliver/Murray suit and the Blankenship campaign
Robert Murray's "self-pitying" letter to the judge
Coal baron mocked by John Oliver sends rambling, self-pitying letter to judge
The article . . .
It’s certainly not young people calling for change
If the Wheeling News-Register is part of your Sunday reading:
Answer: C, D and E.
Before beginning, a quick glance at today’s papers from around the country might be helpful. This morning, Kiosko.net highlighted the front page of the following five newspapers:
As you can see, this cross-section of the nation’s papers focused on the various . . .
What looks like a Jenkins' PR release is passed off as front page news
The front pages of both Wednesday Wheeling "newspapers" feature an article about West Virginia Representative and Republican senatorial candidate Evan Jenkins' efforts to pass anti-drug legislation. The morning headline states
Jenkins Pushes Anti-Drug Bills in House
The supportive article describes Jenkins' sponsored drug . . .
Online national media discover the West Virginia senatorial race
Those familiar with the party’s deliberations say the results are clear: With a little more than a month until the May 8 primary, Blankenship, a towering figure in West Virginia politics long before this campaign and an avid opponent of unions, has vaulted into essentially a three-way tie with his rivals and . . .
This goes way beyond the foxes guarding the hen house
Last Thursday, the Associated Press distributed the following story on a new federal board:
Trophy hunters pack Trump wildlife protection board
From the article:
Trophy hunters are packed on a new U.S. advisory board created to help rewrite federal rules for importing the heads and hides of African elephants, lions and rhinos. That . . .
As part of their “Saving Senator Ryan” strategy, the Wheeling News-Register today published an op-ed by our local state senator, Republican Majority Leader Ryan Ferns. In the piece, Ferns explained how the legislature could have done so much if it hadn’t been for teacher raises:
While I know we were all thrilled to be able to provide these . . .
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