Answer – what we usually find: a rectal thermometer reference, attacks on liberals, two Ohio editorials, and words from a columnist who tells us what God thinks
Question -- What can we find on today’s Wheeling Intelligencer editorial page?
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Cal Thomas channels Justice Alito on liberties
Syndicated columnist, Cal Thomas, begins his column, “Basic Liberties Being Eroded,” by discussing product warnings:
Everywhere one looks there are warning signs, from labels on cigarette packs warning that smoking . . .
Maybe it’s time to switch the quotation marks
Another day and two more irrelevant Ohio editorials for the readers of Ogden’s local West Virginia “newspapers”
The first of today's Wheeling Intelligencer editorials is about juvenile crime in Steubenville and Jefferson County, Ohio. Neither Wheeling nor West Virginia is mentioned in the editorial. (Steubenville is 29.4 miles . . .
From today's Intelligencer: a collection of half-truths, no truths, and disingenuousness (a typical Saturday opinion page)
The lead editorial implores the Republicans to keep fighting to replace Obamacare
Of course we learn (without evidence) in the editorial how Obamacare is universally hated, "choking" state budgets, and has all sorts of horror stories that everyone (including Democrats) have heard. That's what the editorial tells us but . . .
The paper drops a critical paragraph from a front page AP story and publishes yet another editorial attacking the Clintons
More than just food stamps
This morning's paper carried a front page AP story about how Trump's upcoming budget would be unpopular with many people. The Intelligencer's headline made it appear that the cuts were just connected to the food stamp program:
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Cuts to Food Stamps Part of Budget Proposal
Reading the morning Intelligencer
A short reader quiz for regular readers of Wheeling "newspapers"
The government needs a spending bill by the end of the week to prevent a shutdown. The Republicans control both the Senate and the House of Representatives. According to an editorial in this morning's Intelligencer, who should we blame if the government . . .
The Wheeling Intelligencer explains why the majority party (Republicans) did not assert themselves on the budget
Another pro-coal editorial
This morning's editorial, "Paying Price for Assault on Coal," joins the long list of previous war-on-coal opinion pieces. Unlike a number of these editorials, however, this one cites some statistics beyond the usual "$1000 electric bills" that is sometimes used to support the editorial's points. Unfortunately, the . . .