You wouldn't know it by the Wheeling News-Register -- most of Saturday's weekend edition is devoted to celebrating West Virginia’s Republican specialness
Readers who have taken my “quizzes” before as well as those familiar with our local Ogden papers probably got both of these right: Biden does not appear anywhere in the 6-page front section, while Trump appears 14 times.
Today’s paper is not about news; it’s about propagandizing for the Republican Party. There is little . . .
What a surprise: our local Ogden papers fail to report what may have been the most importance finding of the latest West Virginia Poll
Here’s the lede from today’s local Ogden “newspapers” article summarizing a new WV Metro News poll:
More than half of West Virginians believe the United States is headed in the wrong direction, the latest MetroNews West Virginia Poll said.
After briefly discussing “the wrong direction,” the article then compares . . .
In October 2014, Ogden’s Wheeling newspapers editorially criticized President Obama four times in a span of just eight days for his handling of the Ebola outbreak
What have they said about President Trump's handling of the coronavirus?
Editorials criticizing Obama
From October 20, 2014:
In what may be the most irresponsible act of his tenure, President Barack Obama has appointed a political hack to lead the fight against Ebola. Thoughtful Americans of all political persuasions may conclude Obama is more worried about his reputation than about saving . . .
John McCabe, of course, publishes it – for Ogden, political priorities always trump ethical or professional considerations
John McCabe, the Editorial Director for Ogden Newspapers and the Managing Editor of Ogden’s Wheeling newspapers, recently retweeted the following post:
At 1:37 "The reason I was able to stay sequestered at home was because some black woman was able to stock the grocery shelf"
Why does Biden think that it's only black people who stock . . .
What have our local congressman and local Ogden papers had to say about the Trump/veterans story?
I assume (unless Ogden papers are the only source of news) that most of my local readers are aware of the national news stories that has probably garnered the most attention since it broke on Thursday – The Atlantic’s investigation of President Trump’s attitudes towards veterans:
President Trump, who never served in the military, canceled . . .
Today’s Intelligencer editorial page continues its “wide range of viewpoints” supporting Trump’s Republican Party
Last week, in one of its periodic self-congratulatory editorials, the Wheeling Intelligencer bragged about the "wide range of viewpoints" on its editorial page. As I noted, last Thursday’s edition included it usual collection of right-wing, far right-wing, and crazy right-wing opinion writers. Today is no different. Yes, there’s . . .
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It is the least the Wheeling Intelligencer can do for an Ogden favorite
Two weeks after an event that was ignored by the paper when it happened, today’s Wheeling Intelligencer editorial praises local representative David McKinley for his actions.
On Tuesday, June 23, Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, testified before Congress. In that hearing, . . .