The story about Michael Flynn, Trump's former national security adviser, asking for immunity broke late yesterday afternoon. It made it to the evening network newscasts and was the featured story on the non-Fox cable news stations for most of the evening. If you depend upon the Wheeling Intelligencer for your news, however, there was . . .
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 you go . . .
A mantra for Wheeling "newspapers"? (updated 2/5 with Sunday's coverage)
Again, delaying coverage
On Monday I documented the local Wheeling papers' delay in publishing the events surrounding the President's executive order on immigration and the judge's temporary order that followed it. (Most of the events took place on Saturday evening but the locals, unlike most other newspapers, did not cover it . . .
The locals pursue their pro-Trump agenda
Sunday -- ignoring the story
President Trump's immigration order became a major news story on Saturday evening. Here's an Associated Press dispatch at 6:40 PM that evening:
A U.S. federal law enforcement official says any non-U.S. citizen from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia or Yemen is now barred from entering the United . . .
"Fair and accurate" are not words that come to my mind when describing the local "newspapers"
I'm in the process of putting together a blog post on how our local "newspapers" are covering the Trump administration. However, this morning's Wheeling Intelligencer editorial, "Media Not All Biased," has temporarily placed that post on a back burner.
The editorial begins:
One can hardly blame many Americans for . . .