It's just Wheeling "newspapers" doing their job supporting the Trump presidency
As can be seen by perusing other newspapers, yesterday's top national news story was former Attorney General Sally Yates telling senators that she had warned President Trump about Michael Flynn. Here is a sample from Kiosko.net:
While it made it to the front page of every newspaper on Kiosko, Wheeling's . . .
Here's another fact-challenged tweet from President Trump on Thursday:
I want to help our miners while the Democrats are blocking their healthcare.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 27, 2017
As fact checker Politifact explained later that day:
Trump’s tweet that "Democrats are blocking their . . .
Wheeling "newspapers" give us very little information on that critical question
Last November, the state of West Virginia overwhelmingly supported Donald Trump for president. What does the president's budget do to repay the state? If you read this morning's "newspaper" you did not learn very much about how Trump's proposed budget will affect West Virginians.
The Intelligencer used two AP . . .
Hey, its News Sunshine Week and so we get to read yet another self-congratulatory editorial
Three or four times a year, our local "newspapers" praise themselves for unselfishly doing what is right for their readers (at least as they see it). Anniversaries of both papers' founding are sure things as well as "Newspaper Sunshine Week." With Sunshine Week upon us, today's editorial, "Safeguarding Our . . .
With false headlines
What does Trump have to do before our local "newspapers" will criticize him? How about racist, misogynistic, homophobic, xenophobic language and sometimes action? No. Not enough. How about evidence-free attacks upon the judiciary or former presidents? Hardly. In two years, the local papers have moved . . .
Today's Sunday paper has no coverage of Trump's wiretap claim
If you go to Kiosko, which displays the front pages of major American newspapers, you'll notice that yesterday's unsubstantiated claim by Donald Trump that former president Obama tapped his phones is headlined on the front pages of all of the newspapers. If . . .
Apparently writing op-ed pieces for the Gazette-Mail
Sunday's Charleston Gazette-Mail "Perspective" section featured articles by West Virginia's two senators. Joe Manchin's "W.Va. needs its public schools" had as its subheading "Secretary of Education nominee DeVos would be a poor choice for education." In the article, Manchin explains why he will not . . .